• Mutiny Wallet, a web-first bitcoin wallet, has raised $300,000 in preseed funding to build a user-friendly and privacy-focused product.
• The team behind the project includes Tony Giorgio, Ben Carman and Paul Miller who have extensive experience in the Bitcoin industry.
• The wallet will feature on chain and Lightning privacy tools as well as instant onboarding and platform censorship resistance.
Mutiny Wallet Raises Preseed Funding
Mutiny Wallet, a web-first bitcoin wallet, has raised just over $300,000 in preseed funding to help them build a “user-friendly bitcoin wallet with exceptional privacy, scalability and accessibility.”
Founders Behind the Project
The founders of the company include Tony Giorgio, an engineer with substantial experience in Bitcoin and Lightning startups since 2018; Ben Carman, formerly the lead engineer at The Bitcoin Company; and Paul Miller who previously worked on Voltage’s R&D team. They have contributed to numerous projects in the Bitcoin and Lightning space such as OpenSats, Fedimint and BDK.
Features of Mutiny Wallet
Mutiny Wallet is self-custodial and privacy focused. It is capable of running anywhere providing instant onboarding and platform censorship resistance. In addition to this it will integrate on-chain and Lightning privacy tools as well as provide users with best practices for using bitcoin correctly for long term use.
Investors involved include Ten31, Brad Mills Chris Hunter American Hodl Ti Kawamoto NVK plus incubation from Voltage.
Waitlist Sign Up
To learn more about Mutiny Wallet you can watch their Pleb Lab Builders Day video or sign up for their waitlist using your email address or Nostr pubkey at https://app.mutinywallet.com