After months of operating under the "placeholder" name of KRH Partners, Katie Haun's crypto VC firm has a name: It's Haun Ventures.
Haun's firm also has $1.5 billion, the largest fund raised by a solo female founder, according to PitchBook.
Last year Haun left a16z, where she co-led the firm's crypto investing and was the firm's first female general partner hire. By Jan. 5, she had filed a Form ADV with the SEC under the KRH Partners name.
The Haun Ventures name, and its URL, haun.co, appear to be more recent. The haunventures.com domain, which redirects to haun.co, was registered on March 14. And haun.co was registered Tuesday, according to DomainTools.
The Haun venture operates as two funds: a $500 million fund for early-stage investments and a $1 billion acceleration fund.
Before settling on a name, Haun busied herself with recruiting. Her hires include Chief Marketing Officer Rachael Horwitz, a veteran of Coinbase and Google, and Airbnb policy chief Chris Lehane as chief strategist. She also brought over several team members from a16z, like global policy head Tomicah Tillemann and former Twitter communications leader Nick Pacilio.