Tag: "startup"

A Startup With Ukrainian Roots Bitfury Raised $80 Million. It Is Called a Blockchain-Unicorn

A Startup With Ukrainian Roots Bitfury Raised $80 Million. It Is Called a Blockchain-Unicorn

Founded by the Ukrainian and the Latvian, the mining startup Bitfury attracted a new round of investments. According to the company, the amount of the transaction was $80 million. The value received as part of the transaction was not disclosed, but investors called Bitfury the “European blockchain unicorn”. Prior to this, according to Crunchbase, Bitfury [...]

Ukrainian Startup DreamTeam Raised $5 Million From Mangrove Capital Partners in a Seed-round

Ukrainian startup DreamTeam raised a seed-round from the leading European fund Mangrove Capital Partners. The amount of the deal made $5 million. It is the second investment from this fund, raised by the project. “Seed-round, amounting to $5 million, is a very unusual situation for a Ukrainian startup. As a rule, our projects keep within [...]
Three Ukrainian Startups Totally Raised $1.15 Million From U.Ventures Fund

Three Ukrainian Startups Totally Raised $1.15 Million From U.Ventures Fund

U.Ventures investment fund, founded by Western NIS Enterprise Fund, invested $1.15 million at one stroke in three Ukrainian startups: YouTeam, 3DLook and Pufetto. Representatives of U.Ventures informed the editorial team of AIN.UA about this fact. The investment raised will help startups to develop their products, create new jobs and enter new markets. However, they did [...]
Open Source Software Startup with Ukrainian Roots Raises $100 million in California, Becomes Unicorn

Open Source Software Startup with Ukrainian Roots Raises $100 million in California, Becomes Unicorn

Last week GitLab, a San Francisco-based open-source software startup founded by Ukrainian entrepreneur Dmitry Zaporozhets, announced the completion of a $100 million Series D round.Led by Iconiq Capital with participation from existing investors GV and Khosla Ventures, the round brought the valuation to “over $1 billion,” and “validated [GitLab’s] position as the world’s first single [...]