Ten Machines Corp., a New York-based developer of an anonymous messaging app for everyday emotional release, closed an initial seed financing.
The round was led Karl Mehta.
Created in 2015 by Mihai Pocorschi, Bogdan Savonea and Jonathan Shieber, Ten Machines Corp. provides Rage, a free app designed to let people to say whatever comes to mind. It allows users to rage it out in private messages to users, join others to start a unique Rager, discuss the topics in the news, the companies, and the personalities that get people angry.
Messages are only shared among the community or publicly displayed under the Rage feed.
The app is available to download for free in the iTunes App Store.
The company also has offices in San Francisco and Bucharest.