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From TechCrunch: “If you’re serious about startups, we’re still keeping it as real as ever. At Disrupt, everyone is a startupper – no matter if you’re a founder, investor, hacker or tech leader. So much more than just on-stage interviews, Disrupt is where you’ll find the renowned Startup Battlefield competition, a virtual Hackathon, hundreds of startups in Startup Alley, Workshops and legendary networking at our After Parties… and we’re in San Francisco, right where startup dreams began.”
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IN Pipeline – Venture Capital – 09/01/2018
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• KaNDy Therapeutics, a U.K.-based clinical-stage women’s health company, raised 25 million pounds ($32.5 million) in Series C funding. Investors include Longitude Capital, Advent Life Sciences, Fountain Healthcare Partners, Forbion Capital Partners and OrbiMed.
• Pagaya, an Israel-based financial technology company, raised $14 million in Series B funding. Oak HC/FT and Harvey Golub co-led the round, and were joined by investors including GF Investments, Siam Commercial Bank, Clal Insurance Ltd, and Pagaya’s seed investor, Viola Ventures.
• Mitte, a smart home water system, raised $10.6 million in funding. Investors include Danone Manifesto Ventures, VisVires New Protein Capital, and Kärcher New Venture.
• Apperio, a U.K.-based legal tech startup, raised $10 million in Series A funding. Draper Esprit led the round.
• Metricly, a Washington, DC-based cloud-monitoring and optimization platform, raised $9 million in Series A funding. Investors include Rembrandt Venture Partners and Bowery Capital.
• Paystack, a Nigeria-based payment startup, raised $8 million in Series A funding. Stripe led the round, and was joined by investors including Visa, Tencent and Y Combinator.
• MyCrypto, a Redondo Beach, Calif.-based open-source, client-side tool for interacting with the blockchain, raised $4 million in funding. Polychain Capital led the round.
• Datree, a San Francisco and Tel Aviv-based git-centric operations management platform, raised $3 million in seed funding. The investor was TLV Partners.
• Lunaphore Technologies SA, a Switzerland-based medtech firm developing devices for cancer tissue diagnostics, raised CHF 5.3 million ($5.5 million) in Series B funding. Investors include Occident Group and Zürcher Kantonalbank.