The Polymesh Association is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Raze Fintech Inc. (“Raze”), marking a significant milestone in the integration of blockchain technology for tokenized real-world assets on the Polymesh blockchain. Raze, an innovative fundraising platform specializing in early-stage startups, has received a grant through Polymesh’s Ecosystem Development Fund (EDF) to enhance its backend infrastructure by incorporating the Polymesh blockchain.
This strategic partnership underlines the growing momentum and widespread adoption of Polymesh as the leading institutional-grade blockchain for regulated asset tokenization.
Raze, already a prominent fundraising platform with a client base exceeding 50 forward-thinking businesses, recognizes the advantages of Polymesh in creating, issuing, and managing security tokens. The integration with Polymesh will empower Raze to provide its clients with an unparalleled on-chain fundraising and equity management experience.
Considered one of the most substantial projects on Polymesh to date, the integration is expected to onboard Raze’s 50+ clients, representing fundraising activities totaling over US$100 million, along with their users, accredited investors, and customers to the public permissioned blockchain.
Brian Anderson, CEO of Raze, expressed excitement about the transformative venture, stating, “Our collaboration with Polymesh is bringing closer a future where businesses can seamlessly access capital and manage equity while investors engage securely in some of the most innovative early investment opportunities on-chain.”
As part of the collaboration, Raze will extend its support to issuers raising capital, offering the software platform and assistance to issue and manage security tokens on Polymesh, representing cap table shares and investor wallets. Raze will also explore integration with Polymesh wallet technology, leveraging Polymesh’s core functionality to enhance transparency and efficiency in fundraising and equity management across companies of all sizes.
Graeme Moore, Head of Tokenization at the Polymesh Association, expressed enthusiasm about Raze’s commitment to innovation in blockchain-based fundraising. “We’re excited to welcome Raze into the fold of Polymesh’s Ecosystem Development Fund and look forward to their valuable contributions as we bring tokenization to the mainstream,” said Moore.
Raze is a disruptive operating system that significantly reduces the cost of raising capital for startups while increasing transparency, access, automated compliance, and efficiency for investors. Startups and existing businesses can design, set up, and deploy their raise using equity, debt, and revenue financing to qualified investors.
Polymesh is an institutional-grade permissioned blockchain specifically designed for regulated assets. It addresses challenges around governance, identity, compliance, confidentiality, and settlement, streamlining processes and introducing new financial instruments.
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