Popcorn, Humanitarian-Focused DeFi Platform, Raises $5.8M in Token Launch Auction; $11.2M Raised Total

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Boston, Massachusetts--(Newsfile Corp. - December 3, 2021) - Popcorn, a decentralized finance (DeFi) platform that leverages DeFi yield generation strategies to simultaneously create positive social impact, has successfully completed their Token Launch Auction (TLA), raising $5.8 million USD. In total, Popcorn has raised $11.2 million in their fundraising efforts and has the crypto community hopeful for Popcorn's leadership to pioneer social benefit through DeFi.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Popcorn, philanthropy-focused DeFi platform, raises $5.8M in Token Launch Auction.

  • Popcorn's successful Token Launch Auction adds total fundraising to $11.2M.

  • Successful fundraising round highlights public interest for DeFi that creates social benefit.

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Christine Lenzo
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Source: Sarson Funds

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