Diesta, a one-year-old London startup whose platform is designed to automate the reconciliation and distribution of insurance payments, raised a $2 million seed round from Restive, SixThirty, Antler, SystemaNova, and Westerly Ventures. FinTech Global has more here.
Galactic Holdings, a three-year-old Mexico City startup cryptocurrency platform that facilitates the conversion of fiat currencies, raised a $6.25 million Series A round. Galaxy Interactive and DragonFly were the co-leads, with SHK also participating. Contxto has more here.
InPlanet, a one-year-old Munich startup that helps to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by spreading rock powder on agricultural land, raised a $4.6 million seed round led by FoodLabs and Salvia, with Mudcake, Carbon Removal Partners, and Übermorgen Ventures also taking part. More here.
Nema Health, a startup based in New Haven, Ct., whose virtual platform provides support to trauma victims, raised a $4.1 million seed round co-led by Optum Ventures and .406 Ventures, with GreyMatter Capital also pitching in. More here.
Phantm, an Australian startup that is working with Starbucks Australia and MECCA to replace plastic with sustainable alternatives, raised a $1.3 million seed round co-led by Blacknova VC, Salus Ventures, and CoVentures VC. Forbes Australia has more here.
Raus, a two-year-old Berlin startup that specializes in renting cabins located in rustic settings near German cities, raised a $9.1 million round led by Roch Ventures, with additional participation from Rockaway Ventures and Dupuis Investment. The company has raised a total of $15+ million. PhocusWire has more here.
Shekel Mobility, a two-year-old startup based in Lagos, Nigeria, that helps African car dealers find, finance, and sell cars, raised a $3.2 million pre-seed round in addition to $4 million in debt. On the equity side, Ventures Platform and MaC Venture Capital were the co-leads, with Rebel Fund, Unpopular Ventures, Maiora Capital, PageOne Lab Inc., Phoenix Investment Club, Heirloom VC, Pioneer Ventures, and previous investor Y Combinator also contributing. TechCrunch has more here.
Solvimon, a one-year-old Utrecht startup that helps businesses implement different pricing methods such as usage-based pricing, raised a $9.6 million round. Northzone was the deal lead. EU-Startups has more here.
SpinDrive, an eight-year-old Finnish startup that provides active magnetic bearings for original equipment manufacturers, raised a $4.1 million Series A round. Rhapsody Venture Partners led the transaction, with previous investors Innovestor and Born2Grow also participating. Tech.eu has more here.
EyeTell, which uses artificial intelligence to generate short-form video scripts and content, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The five-month-old startup has raised a seed round led by Kevin Hartz’s A-Star Capital with an investment from Ron Conway’s SV Ange