Elliptic, the global leader in crypto asset risk management, was recently named to The Blockchain 50, CB Insights’ annual ranking of the fifty most promising blockchain and crypto companies in the world. This recognition comes at a time that the company continues to pursue ambitious growth initiatives across its global operations.
The CB Insights Research Team selected the Blockchain 50 from a pool of over 3,000 nominated companies. Winners were selected based on company business models, momentum in the market, and Mosaic scores, as well as CB Insights’ proprietary algorithm that measures the overall health and growth potential of private companies.
“Recognition from CB Insights gives credence to Elliptic’s objective of enabling customers to make informed, risk-based decisions on crypto and help drive broader safer adoption,” said Simone Maini, Elliptic CEO. “Crypto is becoming a financial system in its own right. We have provided our financial institution and crypto clients with tools to ensure their compliance with the latest regulatory mandates as they venture into this new environment. At the same time, our technology and robust dataset have put us at the forefront when partnering with banks, law enforcement and regulatory bodies to track and assist in the identification of illicit crypto assets and mitigate risks of financial crime.”
Alongside the recognition of this coveted spot in The Blockchain 50 category of regulatory technology and security, Elliptic continues its global buildout with a series of measures to further service market growth and the prevalence of crypto globally. In the past year, these have included initiatives focused on:
- Scaling Regionally: Most recently, Elliptic expanded its global leadership team, with new hires in the Americas that collectively bring a track record of success and experience in fintech, cybersecurity, anti-money laundering, SaaS and data. This includes:
- John Melican, Chief of External Affairs, to provide oversight for policy & regulatory affairs
- Brian Lapidus, Chief Revenue Officer and Executive Vice President of Americas to lead the global alignment of all revenue functions
- Tom Griffiths, Global Vice President of Sales
- Amanda Abarno, Global Vice President of Marketing.
- Funding: The company secured its $60 million Series C round of funding in October 2021 with the participation of leading investors such as Evolution Equity Partners, SoftBank Vision Fund 2, AlbionVC, Digital Currency Group, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, SBI Group, Octopus Ventures, SignalFire and Paladin Capital Group.
- Infrastructure: The firm developed the industry’s leading tracing algorithm and enabled real-time transaction monitoring. Additionally, Elliptic added more than 400 crypto assets in the first quarter of 2022 and completed its bank-ready security and protocol assessment that earned Elliptic an ISO 27001 Certification.
“As the crypto industry evolves, we continue to grow our global capabilities to service the industry with innovative and new use cases for our clients. The Americas has always been a critical focus for Elliptic – especially now as we’re seeing cryptocurrency use gain traction in the mainstream. More than 20% of adults in the US hold bitcoin while more than 80% want a banking offering with crypto. As these trends take further hold throughout the Americas, we continue to advance our mission to ensure cryptoassets are used in a way that is both safe and trusted,” said Simone Maini, Elliptic CEO.
“The Biden administration’s willingness to regulate crypto, availability of venture funding and concentration of financial services firms have made the Americas – and the US, in particular – an important market for Elliptic. Seasoned executives such as Brian, Tom, John, and Amanda will allow us to further scale our presence, playing a role in the development of a trusted cryptocurrency ecosystem .”
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