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Pantera Capital to Launch $1 Billion “All-in-One” Blockchain Fund in 2025

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Pantera Capital, a prominent digital asset investment manager, is reportedly gearing up to launch a new “all-in-one” fund called Pantera Fund V. The firm aims to raise more than $1 billion for this venture, which is set to offer investors exposure to a wide range of blockchain-based assets.

The fund’s launch is planned for April 2025, and it will require a minimum allocation of $1 million from qualified investors, while limited partners will need to contribute at least $25 million.


  • Pantera Capital is seeking to raise over $1 billion for a new “all-in-one” fund called Pantera Fund V, set to launch in April 2025.
  • The fund will invest in a diverse range of blockchain-based assets, including startup equity, early-stage tokens, and liquid tokens.
  • Qualified investors will need to allocate a minimum of $1 million, while limited partners will be required to contribute at least $25 million.
  • If successful, this fund would be the largest raise in the cryptocurrency industry since May 2022, signaling a potential resurgence of institutional capital in the sector.
  • Pantera Capital currently manages $5.2 billion in assets across four existing funds and has recently invested in GameFi platform InfiniGods.

The Pantera Fund V represents a slight shift in the firm’s investment strategy, as it consolidates its focus into a single, comprehensive fund.

This approach differs from Pantera’s existing funds, which include the Liquid Token Fund, Early Stage Token Fund, Bitcoin Fund, and Venture Funds, each with a more specific investment focus.

The new fund will invest in various asset types, such as startup equity, early-stage tokens, and liquid tokens.

If successful, the $1 billion raise would be the largest for the cryptocurrency industry since May 2022, when Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz raised a record-setting $4.5 billion.

This development, along with reports of Paradigm negotiating a raise of up to $850 million for a new cryptocurrency fund, could indicate that more institutional capital is flowing back into the sector following a market rebound in 2023.

Pantera Capital currently maintains a total of $5.2 billion in assets under management across its four existing funds. The firm has recently doubled down on its investment in GameFi platform InfiniGods, exclusively taking its $8 million Series A round on April 25, 2023.

The cryptocurrency industry has seen over $3.5 billion in funds raised across 604 funding rounds so far in 2024. If this trend continues, the total funding for this year is on track to surpass the $9.3 billion raised in 2023 by a significant margin, according to RootData.

Fundraising Overview
Fundraising Overview, Image from RootData

However, despite the recent uptick, venture capital funding in the sector is still far from the previous highs of $31.2 billion and $29.3 billion in 2021 and 2022, respectively.

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