DreamTeam, a Kyiv, Ukraine-based infrastructure platform and payment gateway for esports and gaming, closed a $5M seed funding round.
Torben Majgaard, a Danish entrepreneur, founder of the outsourcing company Ciklum, invested in AVentures Capital fund and became its financial partner.
Paytomat: “We’re aiming to become a Visa or Mastercard 2.0 for crypto”
In addition to seed funding, the blockchain technology incubator will provide Paytomat with technical and legal support, advice on promotion and marketing
RapidAPI, a San Francisco, CA-based online marketplace for developers to find, connect and manage APIs, raised $9m in series A funding.
CoreValue, an Ukraine-based IT outsourcing company, received a minority investment from AVentures Capital.
Bookimed, a Kiev, Ukraine-based independent search service for medical solutions around the world, raised $500k in funding.
At 15:00 UTC on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 Hacken will host online video conference featuring John McAfee and Dmytro Budorin, Hacken CFO and Co-Founder. At 04:00 am UTC on Friday, November 24, 2017, Hacken will launch an unprecedented additional weekend bonus. Please visit blackfriday.hacken.io for video link and details
Hacken is a community driven business organization created to serve the cybersecurity needs of the blockchain community via high quality penetration test services and vulnerabilities assessment for their product via a network of white hat hackers.
Hacken, an ecosystem of white-hat hackers and a bug bounty marketplace with a focus on blockchain security, and Jibrel Network, the first protocol with built-in regulatory compliance that allows anyone to put traditional assets like currencies, bonds and other financial instruments standard ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum blockchain, announce their cooperation.
TeamFusion, a Los Angeles, CA-based B2B provider of a personalized training platform, received an investment from AVentures Capital.
The crowdsale will last for one month or until the hardcap of 20 million HKNs are distributed
IntellectEU, a company with a specific focus on new applications of Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLT), raised €2m in funding.
The Ukrainian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (UVCA) published the first overview of Ukrainian investment market displaying current players’ activity, sectors of interest, and portfolio.
Preply, a Kyiv, Ukraine-based edtech startup, raised US$1.3m in seed funding.