The round was led by DST Global, Lightspeed Venture Partners and VY Capital, the London-based company said
Blockchain.com offers digital wallets for storage of cryptocurrencies as well as retail trading and other services for larger investors.
Bitcoin soared to a record just shy of $62,000 this month as mainstream firms and investors increasingly embrace cryptocurrencies, leading to ballooning valuations of related companies.
Blockchain.com said last month it raised about $120 million, with investments from Alphabet Inc’s venture capital unit.
(Reporting by Tom Wilson; Editing by Edmund Blair)
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