Despite a global downturn, Germany’s blockchain sector demonstrates resilience with a 3% increase in funding, solidifying its position as a leading hub for innovation in Europe.
- Germany’s blockchain sector shows resilience with a 3% YoY increase in funding, in contrast to a global 50% downturn.
- Asia and Europe significantly contribute to global venture capital deals, with Germany representing 2.4% of global venture funding and 14% of European venture funding.
- Berlin leads in Germany’s blockchain landscape due to strategic collaborations and commitment to R&D.
- Germany plays a prominent role in Europe’s blockchain funding, securing 9.4% of funding share and 10.3% of deals in Q2 2022 to Q3 2023, highlighting its dedication to research, development, and a conducive regulatory environment.
According to a report published by Crypto Valley Venture Capital (CV VC), the German blockchain sector has demonstrated resilience despite a global downturn.
While the global blockchain ecosystem experienced a decrease of over 50% in funding, Germany saw a 3% year-on-year increase in funding.
🇩🇪Germany witnesses a 3% rise in funding for its #blockchain sector.
The blockchain sector in Germany secured $355 million in venture capital funding through a series of 34 deals.
— DeFi UnCut (@DefiUncut) September 15, 2023
Germany’s Remarkable Development
The Crypto Valley Venture Capital (CV VC) report, titled “The German Blockchain Report 2023,” reveals that Germany has showcased remarkable development in the global blockchain venture funding landscape.
Over the past four quarters, a total investment of $14.6 billion was made across 1,367 deals globally. Germany secured $355 million through 34 deals, marking a 3% increase compared to the previous four quarters.
While the majority of venture capital activity remains concentrated in the United States, accounting for 48% of global funding and 41% of international deals, Asia and Europe also play a significant role.
Asia contributes 28% of funding and 22% of deals, while Europe contributes 17% of funding and 27% of deals.
Germany’s Performance in Global Venture Funding
With $8.8 billion raised across 614 venture deals in the past four quarters, Germany’s performance accounts for 2.4% of global venture funding and 2.34% of global venture deals.
In terms of European venture funding, Germany represents 14% and 8.6% in terms of European venture deals.
The city of Berlin has emerged as the undisputed leader in Germany’s blockchain landscape. It consistently outperforms other cities in terms of deal count and percentage of funding.
Berlin’s strategic collaborations with global blockchain entities, along with its commitment to research and development, have played a pivotal role in attracting significant investments.
Europe’s Share of Global Blockchain
The CV VC report also highlights Europe’s increasing share of global blockchain venture funding, which has surged from 18% to 26%. Europe secured $3.78 billion across 329 deals, surpassing Asia’s position.
North America recorded $7.5 billion across 664 deals, while Asia achieved $2.4 billion across 274 deals.
Germany’s performance in terms of funding share and deals stands out prominently in the European blockchain landscape.
The country secured 9.4% of the funding share and participated in 10.3% of the deals between Q2 2022 and Q3 2023.
This marks a significant improvement compared to the previous year’s figures, further solidifying Germany’s position as a leading hub for blockchain innovation in Europe.
The CV VC report emphasizes Germany’s impressive funding progress despite the global venture capital downturn experienced across all continents.
Germany’s blockchain ecosystem stands out for its evolution, technological advancements, and its position as a leading hub for innovation in Europe.
The report highlights Germany’s dedication to research, development, and the integration of cutting-edge technologies, particularly blockchain.
The country has made efforts to create a conducive regulatory environment and promote cross-sector collaboration.
These factors lay the groundwork for a robust and sustainable blockchain ecosystem, which is vital for economic growth and technological leadership.