Alongside the fresh capital, the company will be introducing its loyalty token, JCOIN. : Margaux Nijkerk reports on blockchain protocols with a focus on the Ethereum ecosystem. A graduate of Johns Hopkins and Emory universities, she has a masters in International Affairs & Economics. She holds a very small amount of ETH and other altcoins. Crypto digital banking firm Juno has raised $18 million in a Series A funding round to expand products and operations, and launch its first tokenized loyalty program.
Crypto investment firm Paradigm led an $11.8 million funding round into Blowfish, a firewall provider aiming to help wallet providers and custodians protect users from the cyber attacks that can often plague Web3 platforms.
Venture Catalysts-backed Elev8 Announces $200 Mn Fund To Invest In Startups | Business Standard News
Venture Catalysts-backed Elev8 Venture Partners on Thursday announced the launch of a USD 200 million fund to invest in tech companies. The fund intends to invest in growth-stage, technology-driven companies in Series B and C rounds, an official statement said, adding that each bet will be between USD 5-USD 15 million. It will be led and co-founded by Navin Honagudi, who was working as a partner at Kae Capital for over a decade and has invested in over 50 companies, the statement noted.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Workstream today announced it has extended its Series B funding round with an additional close of $60 million.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, CIONIC, a bionic clothing company, announced a $12.5M Series A financing led by BlueRun Ventures.
Satispay-- an innovative payment super network --announces a EUR320 million Series D investment round, led by Addition, taking its valuation to more than EUR1 billion. Greyhound Capital, shareholder since 2018, will follow and increase its stake in the company. Other participating investors include Coatue, Lightrock, Block Inc., Tencent and Mediolanum Gestione Fondi SGR, who all joined in 2021.
DENVER, CO, Flatfile, the pioneer of AI-assisted data exchange, today announced $50 million in Series B funding led by Tiger Global.
U.S.-based SINAI Technologies, which produces technology to help companies measure carbon emissions and recommends ways of mitigating them, has raised $22 million from investors including Energize Ventures to fund growth, it said on Tuesday. The Series A - early-stage - funding round, in which Japanese-owned investment companies Presidio Ventures and NEC Translink Capital also took part, brings SINAI's total funding to $37 million, and will be used to speed up the firm's international expansion and grow its team of climate experts.