• We build storage products that help our customers keep their digital assets safe 

• We build intelligence products that give our customers the confidence to transact

We blend technological expertise with regulatory knowledge and deep insight into the financial system. Our approach has resulted in many firsts: the world’s first company to secure insurance for blockchain assets, the world’s first bitcoin company to achieve accreditation from a Big 4, and the world’s first company capable of monitoring and investigating incoming bitcoin transactions for illicit activity.

Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
29 (est)+8%
Elliptic was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Elliptic Office Locations

Elliptic has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
22 Upper Ground
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Elliptic Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$7 m

Latest funding size

$5 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Investors

Elliptic's latest funding round in March 2016 was reported to be $5 m. In total, Elliptic has raised $7 m
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Elliptic Financials

Cash (31-Mar-2017)

1.8 m
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

16.1 k406.2 k3.1 m1.8 m

Accounts Receivable

1.2 k91.8 k38.3 k178.8 k

Current Assets

17.2 k498 k3.3 m2.2 m

PP&E

5 k10.6 k17 k
Y, 2017

Financial Leverage

1 x
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Elliptic Online and Social Media Presence

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Elliptic News and Updates

Licence to innovate: Nine new startups chosen for GCHQ's accelerator

An innovative programme launched to foster fresh technology and ideas that could help Britain's intelligence agencies fight crime has chosen a second intake of startups. The accelerator from GCHQ and Wayra has picked nine cyber security startups for an expanded programme following the success of …

Bitcoin's murkier rivals line up to displace it as cybercriminals' favourite

LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin is well-entrenched as the preferred payment for cybercriminals like the WannaCry hackers who have hit more than 300,000 computers over the past week, but cryptocurrencies offering more anonymity are threatening to displace it.
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