Blockchain startup Koji focused on the so-called "creator economy," has raised $20 million in a Series B round led by a venture capital firm Jump Capital.

According to a press release, other investors, such as HBSE Ventures and Metaversal participated in the funding as well.

The latest funding round brings the total amount of investments into Koji to over $36 million. The San Diego-based startup plans to use the proceeds to boost its Web 3.0 roadmap.

Sean Thielen, Koji co-founder and chief architect, says the startup will further focus on a future where creators have "true equity and governance in the tools and services on which they rely to make their livings."

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Founded in 2016 by Dmitry Shapiro and Sean Thielen, Koji helps over 150,000 creators build their own apps to engage with their audiences.

Koji's app store includes customizable games and utilities that let creators offer customized videos to their fans.