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Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Tel-Aviv-based crypto custodian Fireblocks has raised $133 million in a Series-C round. To date, the firm has raised $179 million. – Pollinate, a British fintech firm set up by one of Boris Johnson’s top business advisers Alastair Lukies, has
Tel-Aviv-based crypto custodian Fireblocks has raised $133 million in a Series-C round. To date, the firm has raised $179 million, thus making them the most well funded custodian in the industry. The round was led by Coatue, Ribbit, and Stripes with investment from The Bank of New York Mellon
Fireblocks, an Israeli-born company helping enterprises adopt and manage digital assets, has raised $30 million in a Series B round. Paradigm led the round and was joined by existing investors Cyberstarts, Tenaya Capital, Swisscom, Galaxy Digital, Digital Currency Group and Cedar Hill Capital. Essentially, Fireblocks helps enterprises and other
Eight Roads Ventures has announced its fourth fund totaling $450 million. The firm is targeting an additional 15 to 20 European and Israeli startups to invest in across the consumer, SaaS, fintech, and healthtech industries with an initial ticket size of $5 to $50 million per company. Having launched
Tel Aviv-based artificial intelligence monitoring platform Aporia has left stealth mode today and announced their $5 million seed funding in an effort to ensure AI integrity. Led by Vertex Ventures and TLV partners, angel investors Yevgeny Dibrov & Nadir Izrael, founders of Armis, Gili Ra’anan, a General Partner at
Happy Friday! This week, our research team tracked more than 90 tech funding deals worth more than €2 billion, and about 20 exits, M&A transactions, and rumours, and related news stories across Europe, including Russia, Israel, and Turkey. As always, we are putting all of them together for you
Hello! Here is what happened today in European tech: Deals – A British startup building electric vans and buses has announced plans to go public in New York through a deal with a so-called “blank cheque” company on the Nasdaq. Arrival said it reached a deal to merge with