With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News this week including the fundings, exits, and events.
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Fever, the app providing a curated list of local events, has raised $4.93M in Series C funding from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $27.28M over their 4 rounds.
, the global platform for discovering and collecting art, has raised $50M in Series D funding, raising their total funding just above $100M. The investment was led by Avenir Growth Capital and included Bob Pittman, Rich Barton, Sky Dayton, Wendi Murdoch, Dasha Zhukova, Greg Maffei, Joe Gebbia, Larry Gagosian, Shumway Capital, Thrive Capital and L Catterton.
Stream.io, the data storage company designed for scaling personalizing feeds, has raised $2.84M in Venture funding from undisclosed investors. Founders Thierry Schellenbach and Tommaso Barbugli have raised $4.9M over their 3 rounds.
CoverWallet, the online insurance management for your business, has raised an undisclosed amount in a round of Venture funding from Starr Companies. The company had raised $9.8M prior to the round.
EquityZen, the marketplace for investing in tech companies, has raised $3M in Series A funding led by Draper Associates and joined in by ZenStone Venture Capital and WorldQuant Ventures. The company has raised $6.5M over their 4 funding rounds.
Slidebean, the on demand online slideshow tool, has raised $850K in Seed funding led by Carao Ventures with participation from Enlaces, Firstrock Capital and Magma Partners. The company has raised $1.33M over 7 rounds of funding.
LendKey, the private lending platform, has raised $8M in Series C funding from North Atlantic Capital. In addition to the round, the company raised $5M in a Debt Financing round from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $27.5M to date.
James, the AI-enabled solution for assessing credit risk, has raised $2.7M in an undisclosed round of funding. This marks the company’s fifth round of funding.
Betterment, the goal-based online investment company, raised $70M in Series E funding led by Kinnevik AB with participation from Francisco Partners, Menlo Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners. Founders Eli Broverman and Jon Stein have raised $275M over their 7 rounds of funding.
Dynamic Yield, the personalization technology stack helping marketers, has raised $31M in Series C funding, raising their funding total to $45M. Investors is the round included La Maison Interiors, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, Emerge, Bessemer Venture Partners, Baidu, Marker, Innovation Endeavors, Global Founders Capital, and was led by Vertex Ventures and ClalTech.
FinTech Studios, the AI based fintech information network, has raised $1M in Seed funding from KEC Ventures for the company’s first round of funding.