NFTICALLY Raises $1 Mn in Funding

NFTICALLY, a Web3 ecommerce Martech platform, has raised $1 million in an equity funding round led by Spartan Group and Polygon Ventures. The company will use the funds to expand COMEARTH, the world’s first Gamified Social E-Commerce & Brand Engagement Metaverse ecosystem. Blockchain Founders Capital, Mafatlal family office, and Bollywood producer Subhash Ghai also participated in the funding round.

The company plans to use the funds to double down on its technology stack as it builds COMEARTH, a Metaverse platform. NFTICALLY also plans to ramp up hiring and invest more in research and development as it works towards building a seamless infusion of NFTs in all major industries, such as e-commerce, manufacturing, healthcare, and more.

We’re extremely glad for the continuous support and interest that our investors have shown in us. With this round, we welcome the teams of Spartan Group, Blockchain Founders Capital, Mafatlal Family Office and Bollywood producer Subhash Ghai on COMEARTH as our key partners. With this, we will aim to utilize the funds to create awareness about NFTs. Currently, it has become crucial to spread the word about NFTs and help everyone understand their validation while taking on the negative rumours around the ecosystem,” said Toshendra Sharma, CEO of NFTICALLY.

In June’22, we announced the world’s first Gamified Social E-Commerce & Brand Engagement Metaverse ecosystem COMEARTH. The private beta version of the platform has grown significantly since then, with brands such as Polygon, CEAT, Metro Brands, Zipmex, BollyCoin, and Zee Studios, among many others, jumping on the bandwagon. We are soon announcing the public version and are bullish on COMEARTH’s growth in the coming months,” he added.

“By investing in NFTICALLY, we are working to push the boundaries of metaverse engagement. We find ourselves increasingly impressed by COMEARTH’s unique position and its ease of use that make it well suited to bring brands, influencers, and masses into web3” stated Sagar Barvaliya, VC at Blockchain Founders Capital.

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