San Francisco, CA-based Mesh, a company working on simplifying digital asset transfers, crypto payments, and account aggregation, has raised $22 million in a Series A funding round.
Money Forward led the investment in Mesh, with participation from new investors Galaxy and Samsung Next. Existing investors Streamlined Ventures, SNR.VC, Hike VC, Heitner Group, Arash Ferdowsi (the Co-founder of Dropbox), Valon Capital, Matt Ocko (the founding GP of DCVC), Florida Funders, Altair Capital, Network VC, Gokul Rajaram (board member of Coinbase and GP at Firebolt VC), also joined the round.
Founded in 2020 under the name Front Finance, Mesh underwent a rebranding phase to emerge as Mesh. Over the past year, Mesh has evolved from a consumer-centric platform to an enterprise-focused solution.
With this fresh influx of capital, Mesh says it is gearing up to expand its services globally, targeting both companies and consumers.
Mesh has raised $32 million to date.