Meroxa, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a real-time data Platform as a Service, raised $15M in Series A funding.
Itential, an Atlanta, GA-based network and cloud automation company, raised $20m in Series B financing.
Wage, a San Francisco, CA-based infrastructure software solution that lets people share their payroll data with third parties, closed a $5M funding round.
Hazel Technologies, Inc., a Chicago, IL-based USDA-funded agricultural technology company delivering new solutions to combat food waste, raised $70m in Series C financing.
Car Capital, a Grapevine, Texas-based automotive FinTech company, closed a $20m credit line with Medalist Partners.
Nory, a Dublin, Ireland-based provider of software for restaurants to manage the full-suite of their operations, raised a USD2m pre-seed funding round.
Deeplite Inc., a Montreal, Canada-based AI optimization software startup, closed a $6m seed financing round.
Africa is going through an economic revolution never seen before. Interestingly, the process has nothing to do with outdated economic policies or commercial banks-enabled transactions but virutual currency adoption. Africa has already adopted mobile money like MPesa; experts predict that the market is ripe for another wide adoption of crypto.
Sheesha Finance, a UAE-based DeFi solution for investors to access a variety of projects while solving locked cryptocurrency issues, raised a total of $9.44m via its Liquidity Generation Event (LGE).
Techsembly, a Singapore-based multi-store, multi-vendor eCommerce SaaS solution for global scaling, raised £1m in seed funding.
Menlo Park, CA and Boston, MA-based private equity firm Crosspoint Capital Partners, LP, closed Crosspoint Capital Fund I, its first investment fund, at $1.3 billion.
SambaNova Systems, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based company building software, hardware and services to run AI applications, raised $676m in Series D funding.
Tempo, a San Francisco, CA-based home fitness system that uses advanced 3D sensors and AI to analyze users’ motion to provide a personal training experience, raised $220m in Series C funding.
HomeX, a Chicago, IL-based home services platform for homeowners and service providers, closed $90m in funding.
Forbes has released The Midas List, which ranks the world’s best 100 tech venture capital investors in 2021.