NFT fraud detection
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Mission & Key Concepts
We are building the future of IP management.
Blockchain technology has unlocked powerful new ways to create and trade digital assets. But with this change, it's easier than ever for bad actors to defraud consumers.
We're building tools to protect the community, and make every interaction with a digital asset safe and transparent.
One of the most common attacks Yakoa sees is people making copies of NFTs and claiming them as their own work
Yakoa provides tools and an indexer that detects copies or infringement probabilities on original NFTs, ranging from direct forgery to partial or stylistic forgery, which will then notify platforms, brands or creators of these fraudulent activities.
The platform identifies an NFT’s first existence across a number of blockchains like Ethereum, Solana, Avalanche, Polygon and more.
History & Achievements
Yakoa has raised a total of $4.8M in funding over 3 rounds. Their latest funding, $4.8 million, was raised on Nov 15, 2022
The funding round was led by Collab+Currency, Volt Capital and Brevan Howard Digital, with participation from Data Community Fund, Alliance DAO, Uniswap Labs Ventures, Orange DAO, Time Zero Capital, gmjp, Sunset Ventures and FAST by GETTYLAB, as well as angel investors.
The capital will be used to grow its machine learning and data engineering teams internally, according to Graham Robinson, co-founder of Yakoa.
We are experts in artificial intelligence, intellectual property, and Web3 technology.
Yakoa is based in San Jose, California, with a remote-first team distributed across the United States, Canada, and Europe.
- Andrew Dworschak, co-founder
- Graham Robinson, co-founder
- Unlimited PTO.
- Competitive compensation packages.
- Remote friendly & flexible hours.
- Wellness packages for mental and physical health.