San Francisco, US-based fundraising site and investor-startup community AngelList launched its new venture capital (VC) fund called Maiden Lane, which will invest in syndicated AngelList deals.
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Ooomf changed its name to Crew and announced receiving USD2.1 million new funds, reported TechCrunch.
AdsNative has raised USD2 million in seed funding to be used for its technology expansion, reported TechCrunch.
Palo Alto, US-based stealthy startup Citizen.VC raised $4 million in funding out of a reported $12-million round, based on a document filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
San Francisco, US-based real estate equity crowdfunding startup RealCrowd Inc nabbed $1.6 million in a seed funding round from Data Collective, Y Combinator's Garry Tan, and some real estate managers.
DreamIt Ventures Austin has rolled out a new microfund this week together with AngelList to give additional funding to the nine startups in its accelerator program, VentureBeat reported.
New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Chief Executive Officer Franceska Banga thinks that the rule change permitting equity crowdfunding in New Zealand is a positive development, Fairfax NZ News reported.
New York, US-based crowdfunding deals aggregator CrowdWatch wants to help people find investment opportunities by gathering together all deals from equity and debt-based crowdfunding platforms in just one place.
South Korea-based Bitcoin startup Korbit raised $400,000 in funding from several Silicon Valley investors including Tim Draper, Naval Ravikant, David Lee, and Barry Silbert, for the company's growth.
Germany-based investor-startup matchmaker Venturate has been launched to compete with US-based firm AngelList, a platform that helps lead venture capitalists to the right investment that would fit in their portfolio.
A lot of changes are taking place in the venture capital landscape and venture capital funds need to adapt or risk not thriving in the new landscape, The Economist reported.
After AngelList was allowed to list companies and their backers to publicly solicit funds last week, venture capitalists flock to syndicate the site for venture capital.
In an Upstart Business Journal report, Atlas Venture partner Jeff Fagnan endorsed startup investing network AngelList to Boston companies to increase venture capital investments in the area.