Daily funding roundup - November 27th, 2018

Kristin Karaoglu · November 27, 2018 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4cbb

Nifty Games raised $3M; Banuba raised $7M; Securitize raised $12.75M; The High Note raised $15M

Jump TechnologiesJump Technologies has innovated new solutions in areas including mobile inventory management, replenishment, procurement. Jump Technologies has raised $2 million in follow-on Series B funding led by Black Granite Capital, with participation from Mount Sinai Ventures. Read more
Nifty GamesNifty Games builds fun quick play sports experiences on mobile. Nifty Games has raised $3 million, investors include esports firm Axiomatic Gaming and venture capital firms March Capital Partners and Defy.VC. Read more
BanubaBanuba Development is a developer of augmented reality enabled mobile applications and technologies. Banuba has raised $7 million in funding from Larnabel Ventures, the fund of Russian entrepreneur Said Gutseriev, and from Viktor Prokopenya’s VP Capital. Read more
VerrixVerrix is a medical device company developing solutions for rapid and accurate sterilization confirmation. Verrix has added $8 million in funding to a Series B round that has now attracted $17.5 million altogether. Read more
SecuritizeSecuritize is a primary issuance platform for asset-backed security tokens on the blockchain. Securitize has raised $12.75 million in Series A funding led by Blockchain Capital, with participation from investors that include Japan’s Global Brain, Ripple’s Xpring fund and Coinbase Ventures. Read more
The High Note: The High Note is one stop shop for cannabis related products, all from trusted farms including their own. The High Note has raised $15 million in funding from Gotham Green Partners and "certain co-investors, including Best Buds Funding. Read more
Rheostat Therapeutics: Rheostat’s mission is to invent novel treatments for neurodegenerative disease through modulation of mitophagy and autophagy. Rheostat has raised $23 million in Series A financing co-led by MRLV and AbbVie Ventures. Read more
QuipQuip is a living document platform that combines docs, spreadsheets, and communication to help teams get work done faster and smarter. Quip has raised $40 million in equity and debt financing, with roughly half of the funding coming via an equity deal led by Sherpa Capital and the debt coming from Triplepoint Capital. Read more
DeskeraDeskera is a cloud-based business software provider of Integrated Business Applications as a Service (BAaaS). Deskera has raised $60 million in Series A funding from Jungle Ventures, Cisco Investments, Tembusu Partners, Susquehanna International Group and Innoven Capital. Read more
QuintoAndarQuintoAndar is an apartment rental marketplace that enables a self-service, end-to-end online experience for both tenants and landlords. QuintoAndar has raised $64 million in Series C funding led by General Atlantic, with participation from Kaszek Ventures, Ruane, Cunniff & Goldfarb, Qualcomm Ventures and QED. Read more

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Kristin Karaoglu

Woman of many skills: Database System Engineer; SplashX event producer; Author of Startup Teams

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