Daily funding roundup - October 29, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · October 29, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/535f

UnitedMasters raised $50M; Rallyware landed $22M; Social Chat secured $6M; Ladder picks up $3.7M

Deliverr: Deliverr is a San Francisco-based e-commerce fulfillment company. Deliverr is reportedly in talks to raise $250 million in a Tiger Global-led round. Read more 

UnitedMasters: UnitedMasters is a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based music distribution app for independent musicians. UnitedMasters has raised $50 million in a round led by Andreessen Horowitz. Read more 

Rallyware: Rallyware is a Mountain View, Ca.-based performance enablement platform. Rallyware has raised $22 million from PeakSpan Capital. Read more

Social Chat: Social Chat is a San Francisco-based social commerce startup founded by the former head of growth at the shopping app Wish. Social Chat has raised $6 million co-led by Race Capital and Gradient Ventures. Read more 

Beta Finance: Beta Finance is a Cambridge, Ma.-based permission-less money market for lending, borrowing, and short selling crypto assets. Beta Finance has raised $5.8 million. Sequoia Capital India led the round, joined by ParaFi Capital, DeFiance Capital, Spartan Group, GSR, Delphi Digital and Multicoin Capital. Read more 

Luma: Luma is a Bay Area-based startup focused on photorealistic 3D capture. Luma has raised $4.3 million in seed funding. Matrix Partners led the round, joined by South Park Commons, Amplify Partners, RFC’s Andreas Klinger, Context Ventures, and numerous angel investors. Read more 

Atlys: Atlys is a San Francisco-based travel visa application startup. Atlys raised $4.3 million in seed funding led by Andreessen Horowitz. The company, whose CEO was previously a Pinterest engineer for more than three years, also drew funding from Pinterest cofounders Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp. among others. Read more 

Ladder: Ladder is a San Francisco-based next generation professional community platform. Ladder has raised $3.7 million in seed funding led by Forerunner Ventures. Other participants in the round include Seven Seven Six, Pear VC, Scribble Ventures, Script Capital, and a whole lot of notable individual investors, including DoorDash CEO Tony Xu. Read more 

Able: Able is a San Jose, Ca.-based startup behind an income management app for creators. Able has raised $3.2 million in seed funding led by Elefund, which was joined by Moonshots Capital, Next Coast Ventures, Signal Peak Ventures, and LocalGlobe. Read more

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