Daily funding roundup - September 24th, 2018

Kristin Karaoglu · September 24, 2018 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4c2f

Dutchie raised $3M; CoinAlpha raised $3.5M; Taxfyle raised $4.1M; Socotra raised $5M

Dutchie: Dutchie is an online ordering platform connecting consumers to local dispensaries. Users can type in their address, find dispensaries in their area, view menus, and order via web or mobile for delivery or pickup. It makes buying cannabis easy, safe and convenient.  Dutchie has raised $3 million in seed round led by Casa Verde Capital, with participation from the Durant Company, early DoorDash executives and Sinai Ventures. Read more »

CoinAlpha: CoinAlpha enables developers, traders and Fintech companies to create an infinite universe of smart contract-based financial products, powered by blockchain technology and machine learning. CoinAlpha has raises $3.5 million to bring blockchain technology to finance. Read more »

Taxfyle: Tickmark develops disruptive accounting-based applications for iOS and Android platforms. Tickmark dba Taxfyle develops accounting-based applications for iOS and Android platforms as well as newly designed web app. The company developed Taxfyle, to make tax calculations with ease. Taxfyle has raised $4.1 million is seed funding. Read more »

Socotra: Socotra is the next-generation technology platform built to power the fastest growing insurance businesses globally. The Socotra Platform is built from the ground-up using the latest technologies to be transparent, reliable, flexible, and secure. Socotra has raised $5.5 million in Series A funding led by 8VC. Read more »

The Markup: The Markup a news site dedicated to investigating technology and its effect on society. The Markup writes investigative reports on the harms brought by emerging technologists. Former Jeff Larson and Julia Angwin founded the news site. The Markup has received $20 million in funding from some big donors that include Craigslist founder Craig Newmark. Read more »

Snyk: Snyk is a network security company that helps developers use open source code and stay secure. Snyk’s unique developer focused product enables developers and enterprise security to continuously find and fix vulnerable dependencies without slowing down, with seamless integration into Dev & DevOps workflows. Snyk has raised $22 million to tackle open source’s security problem. Read more »

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