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VIVA Finance Raises $6.2M in Series A Funding

– Viva Finance is an Atlanta-based fintech company.
– Company raised $6.2M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by undisclosed investors.
– The company intends to use the funds to invest in its team, technology, and marketing to expand its presence across the country.

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Keebo Raises £5M in Seed Funding

– Keebo is a London, UK-based credit card approved by the FCA which uses open banking data.
– The company raised $5m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Breega and Connect Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to hire new people and continue to develop the platform towards launch.

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Reali Raises $250M in Funding

– Reali is a real estate and fintech company based in San Mateo, California.
– The company raised $250m in Series D funding.
– The round was led by Zeev Ventures with participation from Akkadian Ventures, Signia Ventures, and others.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate national expansion and product advancements to its Reali Trade-In and Reali Cash Offer services.

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Brandefy Raises $1.7M in Funding

– Brandefy from Richmond, Va. raised $1.7m in funding.
– The round was led by The Community Fund, Concept to Co, and Red Bike Capital, and angel investors.
– Led by founder and CEO Meg Pryde, Brandefy connects beauty enthusiasts with the best products and routines for them. The app allows users to compare formulas, ingredients, and prices to identify the best options for their needs/budgets.

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Buy Now Pay Later Platform Divido Raises $30 million Series B

– Divido has raised a $30m Series B funding round to fuel international expansion, while continuing to build out its market-leading platform for lenders and merchants.
– The round was led by global banks HSBC and ING, with participation from Sony Innovation Fund by IGV*, SBI Investment, OCS, Global Brain and DG Daiwa Ventures along with existing investors DN Capital, Dawn Capital, IQ Capital and Amex Ventures.
– Divido’s whitelabel platform connects lenders, merchants and partners at the point of sale, transforming retail finance with proven technology and industry expertise to create a flexible way to control and configure payments.

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Informed.IQ Raises $20M in Series A Funding

– Informed.IQ, a San Francisco, CA-based technology company used by financial institutions to verify income, assets, residence, and other loan origination data and documents, raised $20m in Series A funding.
– The round was co-led by Nyca Partners and US Venture Partners with participation from angels such as Manuel Bronstein, former VP of Product at Google and Dan Romero, former VP of Coinbase.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand its business reach.

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JetClosing closes $11M investment round, names Seattle tech vet Anna Collins as CEO

– Seattle digital home closing service JetClosing closed an $11m Series B round.
– Funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates invested, as well as Pioneer Square Labs and Trilogy Equity.
– Total funding to date is approximately $37m.
– JetClosing on Friday also announced that former Amazon leader and ex-Bulletproof 360 chief Anna Collins is taking over as CEO.
– Collins previously led Bulletproof, a lifestyle company whose signature product is the brain-boosting butter-infused Bulletproof Coffee, as president and COO.
– She spent about six years at Amazon, including a role as GM of Worldwide Prime Membership, and also held leadership roles at PhotoRocket, Microsoft, drugstore.com, and aQuantive.

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BlockFi Completes $350 Million Series D

– BlockFi completed its series D fundraising round, which was led by new investors including Bain Capital Ventures, partners of DST Global, Pomp Investments, and Tiger Global.
– The $350m round follows three prior rounds totaling $100m within the last two years.
– The company’s series D round values the company at $3b and will enable further innovation in the product suite, accelerate expansion into new markets, and provide capital for select acquisition opportunities.
– BlockFi has added multiple senior executives and announced a number of retail and institutional investor-focused products and initiatives, including: a Bitcoin Rewards Credit Card; the BlockFi Bitcoin Trust; an OTC trading desk; and Private Client Services in Asia.

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