Summary: Decentology, a fast-growing blockchain startup, today announced its plans to build the Hyperverse, an open, blockchain-agnostic, decentralized, marketplace for composable smart contracts, after raising $4.3 million in seed funding. The company is backed by top crypto investors including Dapper Labs, Borderless Capital, Good News Ventures, Berezka DAO, Synaps, Animal Ventures, and Kosmos Capital. In addition, ...

Decentology, a fast-growing blockchain startup, today announced its plans to build the Hyperverse, an open, blockchain-agnostic, decentralized, marketplace for composable smart contracts, after raising $4.3 million in seed funding. The company is backed by top crypto investors including Dapper Labs, Borderless Capital, Good News Ventures, Berezka DAO, Synaps, Animal Ventures, and Kosmos Capital.

In addition, Decentology announced its plans for transitioning to a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) that will use a community governance model to manage the future growth and development of the Hyperverse.

"We have a bold vision to expand our innovative solutions for smart contract development, discoverability, monetization and security with the Hyperverse as we onboard the next 10 million Web 2.0 developers to Web 3.0 with the support of our community," said Nik Kalyani, Decentology co-founder and CEO. The Hyperverse uses "composability," which makes it possible for smart contracts already deployed to a blockchain to interact with each other. 

By Amy Liu