Online website maker Squarespace has taken in USD40 million worth of Series B funding, reported TechCrunch.
Series B Funding
Genesis Media received new funding which was valued USD6 million for interrupting ads known as ContentUnlock, reported TechCrunch.
TigerText, a real-time messaging provider for the enterprise, has closed its Series B round led by Shasta Ventures with $21 million. New and existing investors also participated in the financing.
Plain Vanilla Games, maker of iPhone trivia matchup game app QuizUp, raised $22 million in Series B funding from investors led by Sequoia Capital Partners.
Coinbase, a digital wallet services provider, raised $25 million in a Series B funding round participated by Andreessen Horowitz, Union Square Ventures and Ribbit Capital.
SHIFT, an open marketing cloud provider, recently raised USD6 million in its Series B investment round. The proceeds from the funding round will go towards its international expansion plans.
Cleaning services provider Homejoy said that it had raised USD38 million in new capital from its Series A and Series B funding rounds, which saw the participation of Google Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Max Levchin, First Round Capital, Oliver Jung, and Mike Hirshland.
ClearDATA Networks, Inc, a cloud computing platform and service provider focused on the healthcare industry, received USD14 million in new funding from Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Excel Venture Management, Norwest Venture Partners and other institutional investors.
Jut's big data software applications was the basis for the highly successful Series B financing round at USD20 million.
Venture funding amounting to USD1.5 million in venture funding was received by elevate DIGITAL for its expansion and development purposes.
A USD11 million Series B funding round was closed by PubNub with known technology investors.
Startup firm BoostCTR had announced it had raised USD8 million in Series B funding and hired a new CTO for the firm.
Startup company Slice received USD23 million in Series B funding from Japan's Rakuten, among others.
SIPX Inc raised USD 4 million in its Series B funding round led by Mohr Davidow Ventures.
MobileSpaces has acquired USD 8.6 million in Series B funding.