The Notable Startup Funding Weekly Report: 1/10/22

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Alto Solutions

$ 40.0M – Series B

Nashville-based Alto Solutions offers an automated, easy-to-use process for investing in alternatives with IRA savings. Founded by Eric Satz in 2016, Alto Solutions has raised a total of $ 70.3 million in equity and is backed by Acrew Capital, Advance Venture Partners, Alpha Edison, Coinbase Ventures, Foundation Capital, Gaingels and Unusual Ventures.

BlockSpaces

$ 5.8 M – Seed

BlockSpaces, based in Tampa, offers managed blockchain infrastructure and pre-built connectors between various blockchain networks and business applications. Founded by Gabe Higgins and Rosa Shores in 2017, BlockSpaces has raised a total of $ 7.2 million in equity and is backed by BlockFund Ventures, Brighter Capital, GTMFund, Leadout Capital, Mark Pincus and Tony DiBenedetto.

Finexio

$ 10.0 M – Business

San Mateo-based Finexio offers a smart B2B payment network system for buyers and sellers that connects payment rails to automate commercial payments. Founded by David McGuerty and Ernest Rolfson in 2015, Finexio has raised a total of $ 48.5 million in equity and is backed by Mendon Venture Partners and Patriot Financial Partners.

forming

$ 18.0 M – Series A

San Francisco-based Formant is monitoring and operating software that connects people, processes, sensors, and robots through a robotic approach platform. Founded by Jeff Linnell in 2017, Formant has raised a total of $ 24.0 million in equity and is backed by Ericsson, Goodyear Ventures, Hillsven Capital, Holman Growth Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, Picus Capital, SignalFire and Thursday Ventures.

NowRx is disrupting the $ 480 billion retail pharmacy industry with unprecedented personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery.

The company uses its proprietary “QuickFill” pharmacy software and robotics to automate dispensing and reduce common service outages that lead to bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.).

Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of the big retail chains – talk about efficiency!

In 2020, the company saw its revenue increase 90% year-on-year and this year it is on track to surpass $ 22 million in revenue. With their new telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased 1,650% since 2016 Ð this is an investment you don’t want to miss.

Goldfinch

$ 25.0M – Series A

Walnut-based Goldfinch is a credit platform that offers unsecured crypto loans. Founded by Blake West and Michael Sall in 2020, Goldfinch has now raised a total of $ 37.7 million in equity and is backed by a16z crypto, Bill Ackman, BlockTower Capital, Coinbase Ventures, Helicap, Kindred Ventures, Kingsway Capital, Stratos Technologies, SV Angel and Y Combinator Continuity Fund.

ianacare

$ 12.1M – Series A

Ianacare, based in Boston, is a healthcare company that encourages, empowers and equips family caregivers. Founded by Jessica Nam Kim, Jessica Nam Kim and Steven Lee in 2018, ianacare has raised a total of $ 15.1 million in equity and is backed by 8VC, AARP, Able Partners, Brown Alumni Group, Cue Ball, Entree Capital , Founding collective, Greycroft, Indicator Ventures, SemperVirens Venture Capital, Service Provider Capital and Slow Ventures.

live

$ 20.0M – Series B

New York-based Livepeer develops and operates a decentralized live video streaming platform over the Internet. Founded by Doug Petkanics and Eric Tang in 2017, Livepeer has raised a total of $ 51.0 million in equity and is backed by Alan Howard, Digital Currency Group, Northzone, Tiger Global Management and Warburg Serres Investments.

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Miró

$ 400.0M – Series C

San Francisco-based Miro is a visual collaboration platform that delivers an intuitive, engaging, in-person collaboration experience to every team. Founded by Andrey Khusid and Oleg Shardin in 2011, Miro has raised a total of $ 476.3 million in equity and is backed by Accel, Atlassian, Dragoneer Investment Group, GIC, ICONIQ Capital, Julien Codorniou, Salesforce Ventures and TCV.

Mojo Vision

$ 45.0M – Series B

Saratoga-based Mojo Vision is developing Mojo Lens, the world’s first intelligent AR contact lens with an integrated display that offers invisible computing. Founded by Drew Perkins and Michael Wiemer in 2015, Mojo Vision has now raised a total of $ 204.0 million in total funding capital and is backed by Advantech Capital, Amazon Alexa Fund, AME Cloud Ventures, Dolby Family Ventures, Edge VC, HiJoJo Partners, Liberty Global Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Open Field Capital and PTC.

OpenSea

$ 300.0M – Series C

New York-based OpenSea is an NFT marketplace that allows users to discover, collect and sell blockchain-based digital assets. Founded by Alex Atallah and Devin Finzer in 2017, OpenSea has raised a total of $ 427.2 million in equity and is backed by Coatue, Kathryn Haun and Paradigm.

Petal

$ 140.0 M – Series D

Petal, based in New York City, is a financial technology company whose mission is to make credit honest, easy and accessible. Founded by Andrew Endicott, David Ehrich, Jack Arenas and Jason Gross in 2016, Petal has raised a total of $ 241.6 million in equity and is backed by Afore Capital, Anchor Capital, CUNA Mutual Group, Encore Bank, Gaingels, Gopher Asset Management, RiverPark Ventures, Sand Hill Angels, Tarsadia Investments, Valar Ventures and Volery Capital Partners.

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Pocket Network

$ 10.0 M – Business

The Tampa-based Pocket Network is a decentralized infrastructure that uses a profitable economy to coordinate and distribute data at scale. Founded by Michael P. O’Rourke in 2017, Pocket Network has raised a total of $ 20.1 million in equity and is backed by Arrington XRP Capital, C2 Ventures, CoinShares, Decentral Park Capital, Dominance Ventures, Republic Capital and RockTree Capital.

Weka

$ 73.0M – Series C

Campbell-based WekaIO is a software company that provides a file system for AI, FinTech, Life Sciences, and Technical Computing. Founded by Liran Zvibel, Maor BenDayan and Omri Palmon in 2014, Weka has raised a total of $ 158.9 million in equity and is backed by Cisco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi Ventures, Ibex Investors, Key 1 Capital, Micron Ventures , MoreTech Ventures, and NVIDIA.

White box

$ 20.0M – Series C

Whitebox, based in Baltimore, provides e-commerce marketing, automation and fulfillment services to streamline e-commerce operations. Founded by Robert Wray, Sean Clark and Stephen Jensen in 2013, Whitebox has raised a total of $ 49.6 million in equity and is backed by Delta-v Capital, Kilkea Charles, MRE Capital, Noro-Moseley Partners and TDF Ventures .

Zuddl

$ 13.4M – Series A

Zuddl, based in San Francisco, is a conference management company that provides online conference services. Founded by Bharath Varma and Vedha Sayyaparaju in 2020, Zuddl has now raised a total of $ 15.4 million in equity and is backed by Alpha Wave Global, growX ventures, Qualcomm Ventures and Waveform Ventures.

NowRx is disrupting the $ 480 billion retail pharmacy industry with unprecedented personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its proprietary “QuickFill” pharmacy software and robotics to automate dispensing and reduce common service outages that lead to bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of the big retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw its revenue increase 90% year-on-year and this year it is on track to surpass $ 22 million in revenue. With their new telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased 1,650% since 2016, this is an investment you don’t want to miss. Step into this growing startup and find out how you can invest today

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