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CryptoKitties is one of the world’s first blockchain games. While CryptoKitties isn’t a digital currency, it does offer the same security: each CryptoKitty is one-of-a-kind and cannot be replicated, taken away, or destroyed. The game was built by Axiom Zen.

HQRichmond, CA

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)19(-9%)
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CryptoKitties Office Locations

CryptoKitties has an office in Richmond
Richmond, CA (HQ)
3211 Grant McConachie Way
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CryptoKitties Financials and Metrics

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CryptoKitties's latest funding round in September 2019 was reported to be $11 m. In total, CryptoKitties has raised $23 m
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Registered Users

60 k150 k


5 m15 m

Number of Cats

100 k260 k

Monthly Token Transfer Amount

41.15 k1.33 m190.10 k231.70 k229.50 k179.20 k115.20 k
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CryptoKitties Cybersecurity Score

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CryptoKitties Online and Social Media Presence

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CryptoKitties News and Updates

Dapper Labs Releases CryptoKitties Based on Rock Band Muse

Dapper Labs, the team behind popular non-fungible token game CryptoKitties, announced it will release two Muse-inspired cat characters, one of which will be signed by the band members.

Bison Trails Now Supports ‘Flow’ Blockchain From CryptoKitties Maker Dapper Labs

Bison Trails users can now build apps, games and more on Dapper Labs' scalable blockchain.

Dr. Seuss comes to the blockchain thanks to the maker of Cryptokitties

From CryptoKitties to the NBA, Dapper Labs has paved the way for blockchain popularity beyond speculation that’s purely monetary and now with Dr. Seuss Enterprises another collectible application arises. Featuring the Lorax, Thing One and Thing Two The Cat in the Hat and Horton too, fans of Dr. Seus…

CryptoKitties creator Dapper Labs brings Dr. Seuss collectibles to the digital world

Dapper Labs, the creator of CryptoKitties, is bringing Dr. Seuss collectibles to the digital world using blockchain technology.

CryptoKitties developer launches NBA TopShot, a new blockchain-based collectible collab with the NBA

When Dapper Labs launched CryptoKitties back in November 2017, the company’s take on Tamagotchi was seen as the first popular use of blockchain-based applications. It was the first popular use case outside of Bitcoin as a speculative investment. Like all fads, CryptoKitties didn’t last, but the app …

CryptoKitties Creator Debuts NBA Game on Its Own Blockchain

Blockchain meets basketball in the newest game from Dapper Labs, the developers of CryptoKitties.
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CryptoKitties Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CryptoKitties founded?

    CryptoKitties was founded in 2017.

  • How many employees does CryptoKitties have?

    CryptoKitties has 19 employees.

  • Who are CryptoKitties competitors?

    Competitors of CryptoKitties include Forte, Wax and Wager Games.

  • Where is CryptoKitties headquarters?

    CryptoKitties headquarters is located at 3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond.

  • Where are CryptoKitties offices?

    CryptoKitties has an office in Richmond.

  • How many offices does CryptoKitties have?

    CryptoKitties has 1 office.