According to data from PitchBook, around $2 billion of the capital was boosted through the blockchain and crypto ecosystem. With about $15 billion in total capital raised from almost $12 billion in the same period in 2021. Even in the face of a gloomy market, 2022 appears to be a better year for crypto capital investments.
Li said their perspective was to keep the business usual and engage with the founders who have the most promise and a long-term focus to bring innovations to the market in a sustainable manner.
Li says that they believe that regardless of macro conditions, that will happen. Especially given one of the stages at which they work with founders is so early that there will always be new ventures and new founders who want to enter the market.