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Y Combinator

Feather raises $3.5M to rent furniture to millennials

[ad_1] The furniture rental industry is stuck in the last. Current options involve old-school companies like CORT where most of the inventory will make your apartment look like a dorm room, or a place like Rent-A-Center where you’ll almost certainly pay many times what the...

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Meal kit startup Gobble has raised $15 million in Series B financing from Khosla

[ad_1] Gobble, a 15-minute meal kit delivery service, has raised $15 million in Series B growth financing from Khosla Ventures, TechCrunch has confirmed. Khosla Ventures led the round, along with participation from previous investors A16z, Trinity Ventures and Initialized Capital. Gobble came out of Y Combinator in...

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Eden raises $10 million Series A to build out its office management marketplace

[ad_1] Eden, the office management and tech support platform, has today closed $10 million in Series A funding led by Spectrum 28, with participation from Fifth Wall Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Y Combinator Continuity Fund, Canvas Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Eniac Ventures and other existing investors. Eden...

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YC wants to let people invest in its startups through the blockchain

[ad_1] ICOs — or initial coin offerings — are emerging as a route for startups to raise money from a wide pool of investors through cryptocurrency networks. Now, one of the biggest and best-known accelerators in the world is mulling a way to use cryptocurrency...

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Here’s all the crazy hardware presented at HAX’s 10th demo day

[ad_1] We stopped by HAX’s demo day at the San Francisco Mint to check out all the hardware startups in the accelerator’s 10th batch. Many of the startups showcased creative combinations of hardware and software, particularly machine learning, to improve upon legacy services and outdated...

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Dharma wants to let anyone borrow a small amount of cryptocurrency

[ad_1] dApps, or decentralized apps, are open-source applications built on top of a blockchain. But here’s the thing – users usually can’t interact with these dApps unless they have tokens issued by these projects. For example, both Augur, a decentralized prediction market and REXMLS, a free global listing...

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Tech leaders will show how they’re solving societal problems at Disrupt SF

[ad_1] The tech industry can’t seem to keep its hands off of politics, diversity and social initiatives. And that’s a good thing. Since the election of President Donald Trump, the tech industry’s focus on social and political issues has skyrocketed. In January, for example, many executives in...

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Phone fraud detection service Next Caller raises $5 million

[ad_1] Fraud detection is a huge problem for retailers and the banking industry. But as companies fortify their defenses against fraudsters, the criminal element finds new weaknesses to exploit. The latest tactic has been phone spoofing, and fraud at the call center itself. Helping to ward...

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Athelas is an at-home blood testing device made for cancer patients

[ad_1] Athelas is launching a low-cost, blood diagnostics device today made for testing certain diseases like the flu, bacterial infections and cancer in the comfort of your home. Tanay Tandon founded the startup in 2014 at the tender age of 17 to develop a smartphone device...

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