Automox raised $ 110 million; Step landed $ 100 million; Raised $ 50 Million; Aleo raises $ 28 million

Kry: Kry is a Sweden-based telehealth services and software tools company that connects clinicians with patients for remote consultations. Kry has raised $ 312 million in Series D funding. The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board co-chaired the latest round with Fidelity Management & Research. Past supporters also attended, including The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Index Ventures, Accel, Creandum, and Project A. Continue reading

Green light: Greenlight is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fintech company that puts parents in child-friendly bank accounts. Greenlight raised $ 260 million for Series D funding. Andreessen Horowitz headed the new financing. Wellington Management, Owl Ventures and LionTree Partners also participated in the round, along with previous supporters such as TTV Capital, Canapi Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, Bond, Fin VC and Goodwater Capital. Continue reading

Crusoe Energy Systems: Crusoe Energy Systems is a Denver, Co.-based torch migration startup that converts bitcoin mining gas into energy. Crusoe Energy Systems has raised $ 128 million in Series B funding. Valor Equity Partners led the round, along with Lowercarbon Capital, DRW Venture Capital, the Gründerfonds, Bain Capital Ventures, Coinbase Ventures, Polychain Capital, the KCK Group, Upper90, Winklevoss Capital, Exor, Zigg Capital and JB Straubel. Continue reading

Automox: Automox is a Boulder, Co.-based cloud-native patch management platform. Automox has raised $ 110 million in Series C funding from Insight Partners, led by Blackstone, Koch Disruptive Technologies and TechOperators. Continue reading

Clio: Clio is a Vancouver, British Columbia-based software company that helps law firms operate more efficiently. Clio raised $ 110 million in the Series E Round, co-led by T. Rowe Price and OMERS Growth Equity, on a post-money valuation of $ 1.6 billion. The investment brings the company’s total capital since its inception to $ 386 million. Continue reading

step: Step is a digital banking service based in San Francisco aimed at teenagers. Step, led by General Catalyst, has raised $ 100 million in Series C funds that have included previous investors including Coatue, Stripe, TikTok star Charli D’Amelio, The Chainsmokers, Will Smith and Jeffrey Katzenberg. Other investors in the round include Franklin Templeton, actor and musician Jared Leto, Stephen Curry, the all-star of the NBA, and former Square managers Sarah Friar, Jacqueline Reses and Gokul Rajaram. Continue reading is a Los Altos, California-based location data analytics startup. has raised $ 50 million in Series B funding led by Josh Buckley, CEO of Product Hunt. Other attendees included Fifth Wall Ventures, superhuman founder Rahul Vohra, and returning investors JBV Capital and Aleph VC. Continue reading

Plus One Robotics: Plus One Robotics is a San Antonio, Texas based company primarily focused on computer vision software for robotics in logistics and warehouse settings. Plus One Robotics has raised $ 33 million in Series B, led by McRock Capital and Translink Ventures, with additional participation from BMWi Ventures, Kensington Capital Partners, Ironspring Ventures and previous investors. Continue reading

Aleo: Aleo is a San Francisco-based startup whose platform supports decentralized, private applications. Aleo has raised $ 28 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz. Other supporters of the round are Placeholder, Coinbase Ventures, Galaxy Digital, Polychain Capital, Scalar Capital, Slow Ventures, Variant Capital and Ethereal Ventures. Continue reading

Honorlock: Honorlock is an authenticated monitoring platform based in Boca Raton, Florida that aims to ensure the integrity of online test execution. Honorlock has raised $ 25 million in Series B funds under the direction of Owl Ventures, with the participation of Defy Partners, Arsenal Growth and previous backers. Continue reading

sesame: Sesame is a Brooklyn, NY-based marketplace for cash healthcare services. Sesame has raised $ 24 million in new funding, including from Giant Ventures, Industry Ventures and Coefficient Capital, as well as previous supporters General Catalyst, Entree Capital and Atreides Management. Continue reading

Data collection: Databook is a Palo Alto, California-based customer intelligence platform designed to improve corporate sales productivity. Databook has raised $ 16 million in Series A funding. M12 and Salesforce Ventures jointly led the round, along with previous supporters Threshold Ventures, Haystack and Firebolt. Continue reading

LiquiGlide: LiquiGlide is a Cambridge, Ma., Company that says its technology removes the friction between liquids and solids so liquids can flow smoothly. LiquiGlide has raised $ 13.5 million, including from Structure Capital and Scientia Ventures. Continue reading

Veryfi: Veryfi is a San Mateo, California-based data accounting automation platform. Veryfi has raised $ 12 million in Series A funding. NewView Capital led the way, along with TI Platform Management and Act One Ventures. Continue reading

FlavourCloud: FlavorCloud is a Seattle-based startup that helps e-commerce companies ship products around the globe. FlavorCloud raised $ 6.3 million in Series A funding led by Mucker Capital. Other investors are Rise of the Rest and Willow Group. Continue reading

Instreamatic: Instreamatic is a Palo Alto, California based company that can insert interactive voice displays into an audio stream. Instreamatic, with the participation of Accomplice and Google Assistant Investments, has raised $ 6.1 million in Series A funding led by Progress Ventures. Continue reading

Weav: Weav is a New York-based maker of an API for trading platforms. Weav raised $ 4.3 million. Foundation Capital led the round, along with Y Combinator, Abstract Ventures, Box Group, LocalGlobe, Operator Partners, Commerce Ventures and SV Angel. Continue reading

Toucan: Toucan is a Santa Monica, California-based startup whose Chrome browser extension scans the text of an English-language website and automatically translates some of the words into another language. Toucan, under the direction of GSV Ventures, with the participation of Amplifyher Ventures, Wonder Ventures, Golden Ventures, Halogen Ventures, Vitalize Ventures and not named individual investors, raised $ 3 million in seed capital. Continue reading

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