Santa Monica, Calif.-based Blockfolio, which offers an app for tracking cryptocurrency portfolios, announced the news in a blog post Wednesday.
Veradittakit started at Pantera in 2014. He has been involved in more than 60 cryptocurrency-related investments in the past five years and sits on the boards of OpenToken and BitOasis, according to the blog post.
The announcement follows Blockfolio’s closing last month of an $11.5 million funding round, which was led by Pantera Capital. Other investors included the exchanges Bitmex and Huobi, and venture capital firms DCM Ventures and Mayfield Fund.