The Labs 15m Series Pantera investment is a significant one for Pantera, which will use the money to build a trading desk for its ZRX token and develop an open-source protocol for NFT swaps. It also plans to expand its Matcha product, which aggregates liquidity from multiple DEXs.
Significant Technical Contributions
Labs 15M Series Pantera has invested $15 million in 0x Labs, which is building infrastructure to enable decentralized exchanges. The company’s team comprises of top talent from leading tech companies, and is spread out across several continents. It has a remote-first culture and has made significant technical contributions to the Ethereum protocol. In addition, it has helped establish the NFT token standard. The new funding will enable the company to expand its services and add more employees.
The company plans to add smart features to its platform and develop an open API. It hopes to have the product available globally in the coming years. The company also plans to expand its global presence through partnerships with large hedge funds. It will be a key component of the company’s plans to succeed.
The company plans to raise another $100 million. It previously raised $11 million in its Series A funding, which it will use to expand its services and reach hedge funds and other large financial services companies. In addition to launching a decentralized exchange, the company plans to build a matching engine for matching crypto assets and distributing them.
Labs 15M Series Pantera Capital has also invested $15 million in 0x Labs. The funds will help the firm continue to build its trading desk, develop its decentralized exchange protocol, and launch a professional aggregation service. This money will help the firm expand its business globally. Its technology will also allow developers to integrate exchange functionality into their apps.
Labs 15M Series Pantera Capital has made a significant investment in 0x Labs, a decentralized exchange infrastructure startup. This investment will help the company to expand globally and to add a trading desk to its offerings. In addition, the company will expand its Matcha product and continue to develop its open source protocol. Moreover, the company plans to hire more employees. In addition to Pantera Capital, the venture firm plans to invest in a variety of promising companies.
The new funds will be used for 0x Labs’ expansion plans. The startup plans to expand its platform to support multiple blockchains, introduce a Matcha token search service, and add additional chains to its API. This will help users exchange NFTs across more than one blockchain. Additionally, the company plans to use the money to expand its NFT swap support to more blockchains.
0x Protocol Globally
The funding will allow the company to expand its Matcha product to more countries and to further develop its decentralized exchange infrastructure. It is also aiming to expand its professional aggregation API to enable developers to integrate decentralized exchange functionality into their apps. In addition, the company plans to develop a trading desk business to further expand the 0x Protocol globally.
0x Labs’ new funding will enable it to expand globally and build out its open-source protocol. It also plans to extend support to NFT swaps and create an integrated trading desk. Additionally, the company plans to expand Matcha’s platform and introduce an API to make its services more accessible to users.
0x Labs’ Matcha Platform
Pantera Capital recently led a $15 million Series A round in 0x Labs, the company behind the decentralized exchange protocol and ZRX token. The funds will help the company continue to grow and develop its decentralized exchange infrastructure. The company has also plans to expand its global reach and add a trading desk, while further developing the open source protocol and API.
Pantera Capital is one of several crypto investors who have invested in 0x Labs, a company that is working on decentralized exchange infrastructure. With the money, the company plans to expand their Matcha platform to support other cryptocurrencies and add an API. The startup is also developing an open source protocol that will allow for more decentralized exchanges to integrate Matcha.
A Round of Bitso
Pantera Capital has previously invested $50 million in Kik Interactive Inc.’s pre-sale. It also invested in the $15 million Series A round of Bitso. It previously focused on traditional macro hedge fund investments, but recently began to shift their focus to cryptocurrencies. The company recently launched a Pantera Bitcoin Fund and has made investments in BitPesa, ChangeTip, and BitPagos Inc. The company is working with a number of investors, including Fortress Investment Group and Ribbit Capital.
0x Labs recently raised $70 million in its Series B round, led by Pantera Capital. Pantera Capital, Greylock, Jump Capital, and OpenSea also participated in the round. 0x Labs is a decentralized exchange infrastructure company that provides exchange functionality for various cryptos, NFTs, and other tokenized assets.
Early Model Year Panteras
Early model year Panteras are available with both Ford and Chevy engines. The Ford engine is a V8 that delivers 300 horsepower. It is mated to a five-speed ZF transaxle. Other features include independent unequal length A-arm suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and air conditioning.
The Pantera was developed in a partnership between Ford and De Tomaso. The result was a car that combined European styling with American power. It sold around 5,500 units in the U.S. during its production run from 1971 until 1975. However, Ford had concerns about quality control. The company eventually introduced precision stamping for body panels and drastically improved the quality of the cars.
Series of Upgrades
In 1972, the Pantera received a series of upgrades. First, it was fitted with a new five-liter Cleveland engine. This engine had a compression ratio of 8.6:1. This ratio helped the car meet emissions regulations in the United States. Also, a new “Cobra Jet” camshaft was installed. The new camshaft provided the same lift and duration as the performance cam used on the 428 Cobra Jet. Moreover, the car received a dual-point distributor and a factory exhaust header.
Early model year Panteras are a good option for people who aren’t looking for a rare sports car. Besides being affordable, these cars are still fun to drive. However, their price will depend on the quality of the vehicle. A top-quality Pantera can easily fetch six figures at auction. Likewise, it may be worth spending the time and money to restore an original-condition Pantera.
Early Model Year GT5-S
The Pantera GT5-S is a rare and highly sought-after supercar. It was the last Pantera to be exported from the Italian factory to North America. The car features a white exterior with a burled walnut dash and soft burgundy leather interior. It has been owned by three owners and retains its originality and no rust. It is powered by a 351ci Ford Cleveland V8 and a ZF 5-speed manual transmission.
One of only 187 Panteras was produced with this engine. The car features a factory-certified exhaust system, EPA-certified emissions equipment, and a Holley carburettor. This early model year GT5-S is in excellent condition. It comes with all original build sheets and a De Tomaso warranty registration.
Plexi Glass Windows
Despite its low price tag, the Pantera was a high-performance vehicle for its time. Its steel monocoque chassis was modified to reduce weight and improve handling on the track. The GT5S used a combination of fibreglass and steel to reduce its weight. While performance figures remained unchanged, the GT5-S’s performance was enhanced by a revised suspension and steering rack. The body shell was modified to accommodate wider wheels. It also featured fibre glass wheel arches and Plexi glass windows throughout the car.
The Pantera was manufactured by De Tomaso from 1971 until 1992. It was one of the most popular cars made by the company. It was sold by Lincoln-Mercury dealerships in North America and was rated the best import car of the year in Road Test magazine.
Early model year GT5-S with a Ford 351 Windsor V-8
This early model year Pantera GT5-S features an excellent Ford 351 Windsor V-8 engine and is fueled by a Ford 351 Windsor V-8. The car’s body is finished in Rosso Corsa red with Pelle Nero leather interior and is very clean. The engine sounds great and it moves through traffic with ease. This example features the original ten-inch Campagnolo magnesium wheels.
While the Pantera has limited headroom for taller drivers, it is easy to make it a more comfortable car by replacing the seat cushions. It’s easy to get the interior looking fresh with the right parts. The Ford V-8 engine is the ideal powertrain for the Pantera and can give you plenty of power without breaking the bank.
In addition to being a strong performer, the Pantera was also very reliable. The Cleveland 351 was a 5.8 liter V-8 that came with four-barrel carburetors and four-bolt main bearing caps. The Pantera’s torque and horsepower ratings were very good for its size. It could hit 60 mph in 5.5 seconds and roll through the quarter-mile in thirteen seconds.
The Pantera GT5-S was made from late 1985 to 1989. A total of 183 Pantera GT5-S models were produced. This particular example is the fifteenth of the last production Pantera GT5-S built.