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OnboardIQ, which enables companies to quickly screen and hire independent workforces, raised $1.65 million in seed funding from SoftTechVC, Slow Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann, Ilya Fushman, and all four founders at Caviar, among others.
Mobile-gameplay livestreaming platform Mobcrush raised $4.9 million in seed funding from Raine Ventures, First Round Capital, Lowercase Capital, CrunchFund, Rincon Venture Partners, Crosscut Ventures, Lionsgate, Advancit Capital, Kevin Chou, Chris Carvalho, Jari Ovaskainen, Richard Wolpert, Evan Rifkin, CAA Ventures, BAM Ventures, and MTGx Ventures.
Taplytics, an A/B testing service for mobile apps, raised $2.4 million in seed funding from Y Combinator, Mark Pincus, Alexis Ohanian, Paul Buchheit, Aaron Harris, Ace & Company, Matt Cutts, Daniel Debow, Kevin Hale, Justin Kan, Jonathan Lister, Roger Martin, Jean Pigozzi, Som Seif, Garry Tan, and Farhan Thawar.
Daily fantasy sports platform AlphaDraft raised $5 million in a round led by Metamorphic Ventures, with participation from WME, Upfront Ventures, IDG Ventures, Amplify.LA, KEC Ventures, Freestyle Capital, Gokul Rajaram, SK Ventures, Basset Investment Group, Greycroft Partners, Melo7 Tech Partners and David Stern.
Shelvspace, a cloud-based sales platform built specifically for the CPG industry, raised $1 million in seed round funding from Tallwave Capital and the AngelList Syndicates Fund, along with Clark Landry, Sam Teller, Sizhao Yang, Jon Roska, Mario Martinez, Pat Sullivan, Brad Jannenga and others.
Trafi, a public transport journey planner based on crowd-sourced data, raised a $6.5 million Series A funding round led by Octopus Investments, EBRD Venture Capital Investment Programme, BaltCap, along with Practica Capital.
Disease outbreak prediction startup Metabiota raised $30 million in Series A funding from Undercurrent, James Joaquin, Steven Luczo, Data Collective, HVF, WP Global Partners, Tao Capital Partners, Tao Capital Partners, Undercurrent, James Joaquin, Steven Luczo, Data Collective, HVF and WP Global Partners
Redbubble, an online marketplace for artists designed products, raised $15.5 million from Acorn Capital, and Piton Capital, along with Simon Baker, Michael Birch, Stan Chudnovsky, Su-Ming Wong and Simon Yencken.
Algolia, a Search-as-a-Service provider, raised $18.3 million in a Series A round led by Accel Partners with participation from Alven Capital, Point Nine Capital, Storm Ventures, Lead Edge Capital, Ilya Sukhar, Solomon Hykes, Kevin Rose and Erik Swan.
Digital currency startup Ripple Labs raised $28 million in a Series A round from IDG Capital Partners, along with AME Cloud Ventures, ChinaRock Capital Management, China Growth Capital, and Wicklow Capital.
WayBlazer, a provider of intelligent discovery for the travel and leisure industry, raised $5 million in Series A funding led by The Entrepreneurs’ Fund and IBM, with participation from Gobi Partners.
Maana, a provider of search engine technology for big-data-fueled solutions, raised $11 million from Chevron Technology Ventures, ConocoPhillips Technology Ventures, Frost Data Capital, GE Ventures, and Intel Capital.
Drizly, a company powering a superior shopping experience for beer, wine and liquor, raised $13 million in Series A funding from Polaris Partners with participation from First Beverage Group and existing investors.
Online payment service provider WePay raised a $40 million round led by FTV Capital, along with Rakuten and all existing investors, including Highland Capital Partners, August Capital, Continental Investors and Ignition Partners.
Open source integration platform MuleSoft, raised $128 million in a round led by Salesforce Ventures, ServiceNow and Cisco Investments, along with Adage Capital Management,Brookside Capital, Sands Capital Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Lightspeed Venture Partners,Meritech Capital Partners, Bay Partners, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners,Morgenthaler and Sapphire Ventures.
Switch, an enterprise business phone system for Google Apps, raised $35 million in a Series C round led by Amasia Capital, alongside Felicis Ventures, Softbank, Work-Bench, Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.
Coho Data, a provide of Web-scale flash storage for the enterprise, raised $30 million in a Series C round led by March Capital Partners, with participation from Hewlett Packard Ventures, Intel Capital, Andreessen Horowitz and Ignition Partners.
Samanage, a provider of cloud integrated enterprise service desk software, raised a $16 million round led by Marker LLC and Vintage Investment Partners, with participation from Carmel Ventures, Gemini Israel Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.
Hightower, an online platform for the commercial leasing industry, raised $13 million in a Series B round led by RRE Ventures, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Thrive Capital, and Pritzker Group Venture Capital.
iSpot.tv, acompany that tracks national TV ads and correlates digital responses in real-time, raised a $21.9 million Series B round led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from Madrona Venture Group.
Fusion energy company General Fusion raised C$27 million in a round led by Khazanah Nasional Berhad, along with European and North American venture capital firms, family offices and its industrial oil & gas partner.
Internet security firm FraudMetrix raised a $30 million Series B round led by Qiming Venture Partners, with China Broadband Capital, IDG Capital Partners, China Growth Capital, and Linear Venture also participating.
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