April, a one-year-old New York startup that has built a personal income tax platform that embeds into digital financial apps, raised a $30 million Series A led by Treasury, with additional investment from QED Investors, Nyca Partners, Team8, Euclidean Capital, and Atento Capital. The company has raised a total of $40 million. More here.
Aware, a five-year-old Berlin startup whose subscription service will allow patients to receive a detailed snapshot of their current health condition via regular blood draws, raised a $15 million seed round. Lakestar, Cherry Ventures, and June Fund were the co-leads. Sifted has more here.
Btt, a 17-year-old startup based in Aventura, Fl., that says it's harnessing the power of brain thermodynamics, thermoregulatory frequencies, and AI to develop molecular treatments for neurologic diseases, raised a $29.3 million round from Oklahoma Rock Holdings. More here.
Collage Group, a nine-year-old startup based in Bethesda, Md., that offers brands consumer data in areas such as race, ethnicity, generation, LGBTQ+, and identity and gender, raised a $25 million round led by Wavecrest Growth Partners. Technically has more here.
Fleetzero, a year-old, New Orleans-based startup aiming to build battery-electric cargo ships to affordably decarbonize ocean freight, has raised $15.5 million in funding led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures, with participation from Founders Fund, McKinley Capital and previous investors. TechCrunch has more here.
Modular, a five-year-old startup based in the Bay area that is creating an artificial intelligence development platform, raised a $30 million seed round led by GV, with additional participation from Greylock, The Factory, and SV Angel. TechCrunch has more here.
Mona, a year-old, San Francisco startup offering a platform for creators to build and sell virtual metaverse worlds as NFTs, has raised $14.6 million in new funding co-led by Protocol Labs, Archetype and Collab+Currency. VentureBeat has more here.
Omeda Studios, a two-year-old startup based in London that focuses on developing multiplayer online battle arena games, raised a $20 million Series A funding led by Haveli Investments. The company has raised a total of $22.2 million. VentureBeat has more here.
Progcap, a five-year-old New Delhi startup that is extending revolving credit lines of $10,000 to $12,500 to more than 700,000 small retailers, raised a $40 million round led by Creation Investments, with Tiger Global Management, Google, and Sequoia Capital India rounding out the financing. The company has raised a total of $102 million. Business Standard has more here.
Soba, a nearly three-year-old startup based in Berlin that is developing a web 3 platform to allow anyone to create games for any device using no-code tools, raised a $13.5 million seed round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with FTX Ventures and Cherry Ventures also contributing to the financing. VentureBeat has more here.
Stake, a four-year-old New York startup that enables renters to earn cash back when they take positive actions like signing a lease and paying rent, raised a $12 million Series A led by RET Ventures, with additional participation from Enterprise Community Partners, Hometeam Ventures, Operator Stack, Second Century Ventures, Shadow Ventures, and Olive Tree Ventures. The company has raised a total of $16.9 million. More here.
TaskHuman, a five-year-old startup based in Palo Alto, Ca., that provides consumers and companies with access to its network of professional development coaches, raised a $20 million Series B round led by Madrona; additional investors included Impact VC, RingCentral Ventures, Sure Ventures, USVP, Gaingels, PeopleTech Angels, Propel(x), and Zoom Ventures. The company has raised a total of $33 million. TechCrunch has more here.
Visby Medical, a 10-year-old, San Jose, Ca.-based medical diagnostics company whose mission is to provide fast and accurate PCR results right at the point of care, has raised $35 million in extended Series E funding, bring the round, closed earlier this year, to $135 million altogether. Lightrock led the tranche, joined by earlier backers John Doerr, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, ND Capital, Artiman Ventures, Pitango Venture Capital, Blue Water Life Science Advisors and J Ventures. TechCrunch has more here.
WiredScore, a nine-year-old New York startup that has created digital connectivity and smart building rating certifications for real estate developers, raised a $15 million Series B led by Beringea, with additional investment from Cushman & Wakefield, Crow Holdings, Taronga Ventures, Fifth Wall, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Jona Capital. The company has raised a total of $24 million. More here.