Los Angeles-based Tellie, which helps people build websites, has raised $10 million in a Series A funding round. The funding came from Malibu Point Capital, Galaxy Digital, Osage Venture Partners, Dapper Labs, SXSW Innovation Fund, and Gaingels, as well as from existing investors like Corazon Capital, TQ Ventures, and Upfront Ventures.
Upfront Ventures was the first place where the company grew. CEO Kim Nortman is in charge of Tellie. The company says that its tools let creators make their own “token-gated” websites using Polygon, Ethereum, Binance, Avalanche, and Flow tokens and mint their own NFTs.