Blockchain Home Equity Loan Platform Raises $65 Million – Details

Blockchain Home Equity Loan Platform

Blockchain Home Equity Loan Platform Raises $65 Million – Details

Blockchain Home Equity Loan Platform

A blockchain-based home equity loan platform has raised $65 million from various major financial and venture capital firms.

The firm was founded by SoFi founder, Mike Cagney. It reportedly raised the funds from such majors as Morgan Creek, DST Global, DCM, Ribbit Capital and Nimble Ventures. The recent investment bumps the total funds raised by the firm up to $120 million.

Cagney’s new firm has reportedly issued over 1,500 equity lines. It is purportedly targeting older clients who are “cash light and rich in equity” or “CLAREs.” The company is currently lending $1.5 million per day which Cagney expects to double every few months.

The founder told American Banker, “At the end of 2019, Figure should look like a robust financial platform that can meet the needs of our customers.” Cagney also added that Figure is moving into other areas like wealth management, checking accounts, and unsecured consumer loans.

Cagney’s former company SoFi is partnering with major United States-based crypto exchange Coinbase and the partnership with Coinbase will purportedly allow SoFi to launch crypto services by the second quarter of this year. In an interview, CEO Anthony Noto said:

“Our target audience wants to see what the price of cryptocurrency is, and to buy it. They have a desire to do that and in many cases they already are.”

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