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Ex-Synack Engineers Raise $3 Million for Security Startup

Two engineers formerly of Synack, a bug-hunting startup, have raised $3 million in funding for a new cybersecurity venture. The pair of entrepreneurs, Bjoern Zinssmeister and Matthias Kadenbach, formed Templarbit last year with the aim of helping businesses shore up app security. The duo, both Germans who immigrated to the U.S., graduated from Y Combinator,… Read More »

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Subscription-based startup Serial Box Raises $1.65M seed round

Serial Box, a subscription-based startup that offers serialized stories in both written and audio form, has announced a seed investment round of $1.65 million. The round was led by Boat Rocker Media, whose recent investments include CAA Creative Labs, The Outline, MarcoPolo Learning and the acquisition of Fremantle Kids & Family. Other investors include Mattias Lundgren, CEO… Read More »

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OrCam raises $30.4 million, bringing startup to $1 billion valuation

OrCam Technologies Ltd., an Israeli company developing technology for visually impaired people, has been valued at $1 billion after completing a funding round of $30.4 million in its most recent funding round led by Israeli institutional investors Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Ltd. and Meitav Dash Provident Funds and Pension Ltd. The latest investment will fuel… Read More »

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Identity verification startup Everproof closes $1.5 million seed round

Melbourne startup Everproof, whose platform digitises and verifies accreditations, has raised $1.5 million in a seed funding round led by Reinventure and Allectus Capital as it looks to expand its offering into the financial services market. Launched by Hugh Krantz, Nathan Merzvinskis, and Andreas Limberopoulos in 2016, the platform allows users to store their various… Read More »

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Airtasker co-founder’s startup Soho raises $1.65m

Markus Kahlbetzer’s BridgeLane Group is backing Airtasker co-founder Jonathan Lui’s new “LinkedIn for property” venture Soho, endowing the start-up with a $1.65 million capital injection as it eyes up competition with REA Group and Domain. The start-up had not planned to raise funds until the second half of 2018, but Mr Lui said it had attracted the attention of investors… Read More »

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Social VR Sports Startup LiveLike Raises $9.6 Million

LiveLike, a tech startup that has built a platform that melds virtual reality and social-media interactivity for sports, announced a $9.6 million Series B round, featuring new investors Greycroft Partners and Lepe Partners. The new investors join existing backers including former NBA commissioner David Stern, Evolution Media, Courtside Ventures, Elysian Park, Dentsu Ventures, and the… Read More »

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Peter Diamandis’ age-fighting startup Celularity raises $250 million

Age-fighting startup Celularity has raised $250 million in fresh cash to develop its quickly maturing stem cell platform to treat cancer, autoimmune disorders, and ultimately to delay the aging process. Celularity is a spinout from Celgene, a global biopharmaceutical company creating gene therapies. Diamandis teamed up with Dr. Robert Hariri, the founder of Celgene Cellular… Read More »

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Vynn Capital plans $40M startup fund for Southeast Asia

Kuala Lumpur-headquartered venture capital Vynn has announced a $40 million fund targeting south East Asia startups. The venture firm is founded by Chua and Singaporean Darren Chua, previously with IE Singapore, and it is targeting a $40 million total close. Chua declined to say how far advanced the project is, but we did a little… Read More »

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