We identified 135 blockchain startups that have closed significant initial coin offering rounds for their tokens since 2014 and organized them into sixteen categories, from healthcare to computing to gambling.
Banking and payments aren't the only industries that could be affected by blockchain tech. Law enforcement, ride hailing, and many other sectors could also have blockchain in their future.
Our summer interns from UPenn and Columbia used the CB Insights platform to analyze emerging trends in real estate tech, blockchain, AI, retail tech, healthcare, and drones.
We looked at a cohort of 99 blockchain companies that received an initial seed or angel financing in 2013 or 2014, and tracked them through today.
On a quarterly basis, non-ICO blockchain deals hit their lowest point since Q4’13, settling at 16 financing rounds. However, nearly 60 ICOs closed in the same quarter for more than $750M.