RiskSmith, an app offering a professional-grade portfolio toolkit for individual investors, secured $1 million in seed funding from Mercury Digital Assets, a digital asset and cryptocurrency trading technology provider.
The company plans to use the new funds to fuel product expansion and growth via strategic partnerships.
The app, which tracks over 10,000 crypto pairs, allows everyday people to understand risk better and master their portfolios like full-time analysts, helping users get better returns while experiencing less stress from market madness.
“We see great value in how RiskSmith solves the pain points of individual investors of digital assets,” said Mercury’s CEO Tony Saliba. “We are thrilled about this partnership, and together we can help individual investors navigate and grow their investments with institutional-grade tools.”
The company said the new investment would also support the development of its premium services....