CryptoCoinGet announced on June 6 that Rainfall, a centralized data monetization platform focused on privacy by design, has announced the closing of a $1 million pre-seed round of funding with participation from Katapult Foundation, D3Jubilee, Toniic co-founder Charly Kleissner, and Brigitte Mohn, a member of the Mohn family with significant influence on the Bertelsmann Group and the Bertelsmann Foundation. Rainfall wants to redefine data monetization by arguing that everyone has intrinsic value that will be measured by the digital data they create and own, and that every individual connected to Rainfall can derive value without sacrificing privacy, thereby better helping businesses, organizations and functions serve their customers.
Rainfall closes $1 million pre-seed round
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