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Sequoia Capital - Sequoia Capital - a top-tier investment firm

红杉资本于 1972 年在美国硅谷成立,致力于帮助创业者成就基业常青的伟大公司,目前在美国、中国、印度三个国家设有本地化的基金,是全球顶级的投资机构,曾位居《2019 胡润全球独...


Founded in 1972 in Silicon Valley, Sequoia Capital is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs achieve great companies with everlasting careers. With localized funds in the U.S., China, and India, Sequoia Capital is a top global investment institution and was once ranked at the top of the 2019 Hurun Global Top 100 Active Unicorn Investors List.

The most well-known Sequoia core figure in China is Shen Nanpeng, who is currently the global managing partner of Sequoia Capital and the founding and managing partner of Sequoia Capital China Fund. He is the founder of Ctrip and Rujia hotel chain, and has been ranked first in Forbes magazine's list of the world's best venture capitalists for three consecutive years from 2018 to 2020, creating and maintaining the highest record of Chinese investors.

Sequoia Capital has invested in many innovative companies such as Apple, Google, Cisco, Oracle, Yahoo, and Linklaters in the traditional Internet/technology field, and Sequoia Capital China's portfolio includes domestic Internet giants such as Jingdong, Alibaba, Ant Financial Services, Headlines Today, Mobike, Drip, and 360.

Sequoia Capital has been more active in the last bull market after entering the crypto field, and currently does not have much presence in popular areas such as DeFi and NFT. Its representative investments are as follows.

  • Ontology: Ontology, the domestic high-performance basic public chain.
  • IOST: a basic public chain based on the Proof of Trust (PoB) consensus algorithm.
  • Band Protocol: a platform for supporting cross-chain data prognosticators.
  • Handshake: decentralized domain name system.
  • Conflux: a blockchain network incorporating DAG technology/PoW consensus mechanism, improved scalability and TPS.
  • Juno: an ethereum-based lending platform.
  • Orchid: Orchid Protocol, building unsupervised Internet protocols and distributed networks of anonymous proxies.

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