A little over a month ago, a group of Chinese university students created an ICO called Capella University, which aims to build an online learning platform that enables people to learn and apply computer science to real world problems.
The students, known as Capella U, had already secured $20,000 in funding from the Chinese government and had raised more than $2 million by March 6.
However, after several delays, the students have been able to raise their initial $20 million goal, and now have raised $30 million in funds to support their project.
The group is working on a series of educational projects and is seeking to raise $150 million in funding in order to complete the platform.
This new fund will be used to further develop the technology and build a global learning community, according the students’ site.
The project is expected to launch in the second half of 2020.
The main goal of the project is to develop a cloud computing platform that can teach computer science by connecting computers and digital devices to form a decentralized, open source, and distributed learning ecosystem.
The company is looking for backers to support this project, and will need the help of over $30,000 from individuals and corporations to complete it.
The organization has a strong history of building innovative educational technology, and is one of the largest venture capital firms in the world.
Capella is the latest venture-backed company to successfully launch an educational platform.
The group was founded in January 2018.
The new fund comes as the company is gearing up for a massive launch of its own education product.
The company plans to launch an online course and a full-featured course in 2020.
It plans to use the funds raised in the new funding to hire more than 100 people, expand its curriculum and add more courses, according a statement from the group.
The $30m in funding was announced by the company on March 13, and has already raised $100 million in total.
Capellas CEO John Huang is the CEO of the company, and it’s not clear how much of the money the group is raising is from investors.
Capella is currently one of only two educational companies in the U.S. to have successfully raised $50 million in seed funding, according TOBIAS research.
However the company recently announced that it was in the process of raising additional funding.