After a integrate weeks of beast rounds from ride-hailing startups and other giant-sized unicorns, this was a comparatively ease week on a appropriation front. Here are some of a headlines:
- Social payments startup Circle is relocating into China to take on Tencent and Alibaba’s Alipay, and it only lifted a $60 million turn from a organisation of investors that includes Tencent and Alibaba opposition Baidu (Bloomberg).
- The makers of InVision, a program use for product design, lifted $55 million in a Series D appropriation turn led by Iconiq Capital, a VC organisation that invests a income of Silicon Valley heavyweights like Reid Hoffman and Mark Zuckerberg. FirstMark Capital and Accel Partners also kicked in some money (TechCrunch).
- Plaid, a financial record startup that helps other fintech startups entrance their customers’ bank comment info, lifted $44 million in a turn led by Goldman Sachs, with appearance from Spark Capital, NEA and others (Wall Street Journal).
- German financial services startup Number26 has landed $40 million in appropriation from Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing’s Horizon Ventures, Battery Ventures and others (Reuters).
- SecurityScorecard, a startup that monitors a digital confidence of tiny businesses (you competence contend it helps them