Cybersecurity startup Keyless raises $2.2m in pre-seed funding led by gumi Cryptos Capital

Cybersecurity in the Ministry of Defence, UK. Credit: Flickr/UK Ministry of Defence

Keyless, a London and Singapore-based cybersecurity startup, has raised $2.2 million in pre-seed funding led by blockchain venture firm gumi Cryptos Capital. The other participating investors include Ripple Labs, Blockchain Valley Ventures and LuneX Ventures.

Keyless calls itself the world’s first distributed biometric authentication and identity management platform. It is in the midst of developing a deep tech solution which will tackle cybercrime and make passwords obsolete.

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