Decentralized Data Warehouse ‘Space and Time’ Raises $20M

Decentralized data warehouse ‘space and time’ raises $20m

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Microsoft is leading a $20M funding round for a decentralized data warehouse called Space and Time at a $300 Million valuation. Space and Time CEO Nate Holiday shares insights into the latest raise amid recent market volatility and what he hopes to achieve.

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