Westlake-based Hyland, a software producer and content services company, has acquired a blockchain-anchored credentialing provider for governments, companies and educational institutions.
Hyland said in a news release on Wednesday, Feb. 5, that it bought Learning Machine, a company from Cambridge, Mass., that has developed its technology in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the MIT Media Lab. Learning Machine’s investors are PTB Ventures, Omidyar Network and Learn Capital; PTB Ventures in May 2018 led a $3 million seed funding round in the company.
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Written by Scott Suttell.
Originally published February 5, 2020.