Harrison.ai raised $92.3 million USD, Droplette secured $15.4M,Read more...
Innovusion raised $66M; BrainIQ landed $40M; Baffle secured $20M
Divvy Homes: Divvy Homes is a San Francisco-based proptech startup that buys homes that it then rents back to their would-be purchasers. Divvy Homes has raised $200 million in Series D funding. Tiger Global and Caffeinated Capital co-led the round, joined by earlier backers Andreessen Horowitz, GGV Capital, GIC, and Moore Specialty Credit. Read more
Innovusion: Innovusion is a Sunnyvale, Ca.-based LiDAR developer. Innovusion has raised $66 million in Series B funding. Guotai Junan International Holdings and Shunwei Capital led the round, joined by Shunwei Capital and earlier investors Nio Capital, F-Prime Capital, Eight Roads Ventures and Temasek. Read more
BrainIQ: BrainIQ is a Bay Area-based company whose parent, Posit Science, was founded in 2002 and that makes a whole-brain magnetic field generator device to stimulate the damaged part of a brain following a stroke and promote self-repair. BrainIQ has raised $40 million in funding. Read more
Figment: Figment is a Toronto, Canada-based blockchain infrastructure company. Figment has raised $50 million in Series B funding led by Senator Investment Group and Liberty City Ventures. Other participants in the round, and there are many, include Galaxy Digital, Anchorage Digital, Declaration Partners, and Bonfire Ventures. Read more
Baffle: Baffle is a Bay Area-based startup that aims to prevent data breaches by keeping data encrypted from production through processing. Baffle has raised $20 million in Series B funding. Celesta Capital led the round, joined by National Grid Partners, Lytical Ventures and Nepenthe Capital. Read more
ThirdAI: ThirdAI is a Houston, Tex.-based startup that's building tools to speed up deep learning technology without the need for specialized hardware like graphics processing units. ThirdAI has raised $6 million in seed funding. Neotribe Ventures, Cervin Ventures, and Firebolt Ventures led the round. Read more
Buildable: Buildable is a Toronto-based low-code software development system. Buildable has raised $3 million in seed funding. Ripple Ventures led the round, joined by Golden Ventures, Richard & Michael Hyatt, and Village Global. Read more
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