Crypto venture capital company Paradigm announced that it will provide funding to Bitcoin core developer Anthony Towns

Matt Huang, co-founder of crypto venture capital company Paradigm, announced that the company will provide funding to Australian Bitcoin core developer Anthony Towns. Anthony Towns has been developing on Debian since 1998, has contributed to Bitcoin Core since 2017, and has participated in several potential Bitcoin upgrades, including Schnorr and Taproot. With the support of Paradigm, Anthony will continue to work on Bitcoin Core full-time. Lianwen previously reported that last week, Georgios Konstantopoulos, the main developer of Ethereum’s second-tier expansion plan, announced that he will join the crypto venture capital company Paradigm as a research partner. Chain News Note, Paradigm Capital was co-founded by Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam and Sequoia Capital former partner Matt Huang. It is a San Francisco-based cryptocurrency venture capital company that has participated in DeFi related projects such as MakerDAO and Uniswap.