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Hello and welcome to the Daily Crunch on July 20, 2021. Markets have been active for the past few days, with the stock falling yesterday before hitting today. Crypto also fluctuates. A bit like Jeff Bezos, though it was planned. More on this in a second – Alex

Tech glass top 3

  • Bezos blast: The billionaire space race reached its second stage today, just as Amazon founder Jeff Bezos left the planet for a few minutes. There was a live stream here, although the Blue Origin Space Company was a bit more of a salesman than I was comfortable with. Regardless, the man climbed up and down, and the rocket and everyone on board survived. The staff was under a lot of pressure.
  • European initiatives are thriving. Of all the startup markets in the world, Europe is one of the hottest. And the pace of investment activity on the continent won’t slow much in the second half of 2021, according to the plan that TechCarch talked about. From this year onwards, European startups will set an all-time record in the market for productive capital.
  • Square created a business bank: What are small biz customers and lots of fantasy aspirations? Well, a lot of tech companies, but Square. The company has a business bank for its business customers. How many days does Square become the same bank for individuals and companies? A good rule of thumb for Fantastic: It doesn’t matter where you start it starts In financial technology, it will eliminate all things. Or try and die.

Startups / VC

Holly Hack announced today that there were several funding rounds. Tech glass covered a large part of yesterday, so much so that we couldn’t get them all here. But after checking in in China, we have your fast reading equivalent. let’s go!

  • About the Chinese opening scene: Are you a little behind China’s technology regulatory crackdown? Don’t worry if it is. Our own Rita Liao is in this case and there is a lot of talk about what is happening with her sister and other Chinese companies based in China that has become common in the US market. In short, data may not be the new oil, as some people like to say a few years ago, but statistics are proving to be a geopolitical flashpoint. As it turns out, Europeans were in a hurry.

Now, to allow you to add more projects, Brief, Venture Capital Rounddown in short form:

  • Use of counterfeit drugs in Africa: That’s what RxAll is doing, and it’s set to reach ڈالر 3.15 million to further its vision. Launched in 2016, the company seeks to combat counterfeit medicines and health problems.
  • Charging stability: TechConch covered up the deal between ChargePoint and was frustrated with the timing, with the first company spending 29 5,295 million to buy the latter. What we have read is that the agreement will give ChargePoint a “boost in gaining market share beyond North America” ​​in the EV charging market.
  • Titan has raised 58 million to bring public wealth management to the public: If Robin Hood did a good job, people would start making retail investments by reducing fees to zero. Titan wants to do the same with the dynamic world of wealth management. The company raised A 12.5 million in Series A earlier this year.
  • Spoon M 44M for baby food mission: Feeding children is a daily challenge. Finding good things to eat is even harder than what they will actually use. The spoon seeks to solve the problem by helping parents of young children to buy D2C baby food as well as sell vitamins and such items.
  • The path raises robotics (again): Path Robotics, based in Ohio, has made a good comeback in fundraising this week, with one million 100 million Series C being acquired, with startups raising 56 million Series B in May. what does it do? Welding robot!
  • More money was raised to buy the sauce product: CAPTCHA has raised (280 million in funding (debt and equity) to grow its business of future software purchases for existing cash. This is a big market in which pipes also play.

To close our startup and venture capital news, here are some updates about venture capitalists who want to fund startups:

  • Hyper’s $ 60M concept: Part Venture Firm, Part Venture Funded Media Group, Product Hunt Sister Co. to invest capital and connections. Is watching TechCrunch’s Matthew Panzerino has the details.
  • Boston’s new funds: Pillar VC has raised new capital in two tranches, including 9 9,169 million for its III capital pool and another 23 23 million. The VC firm intends to invest extensively, including SaaS, hardware and other categories. The investment group is probably known for buying General Stocks in companies support this.

TechCrunch, one of the operators out there, spoke with Maya Morphech, founder of Marketing Cube, who spent 15 years working for companies like Google and American Express before starting his development consulting on startup marketing. Worked more than Enjoy!

How we made AI unicorn in 6 years

Some startups go to market with the perfect product that their founders first imagined.

Today, Trackable Tech is known for developing drivers that allow drivers to upload photos of their vehicles after a collision so that its AI can assess the damage. However, the customer who made the first payment used the trackable to inspect the plastic pipe weld.

As luck would have it, this client fired them just as the founders were raising in their early days.

“We hit gold with car insurance,” says co-founder Alex Deleck, “because it was a huge and inefficient market in dire need of modernization.”

As an additional crunch guest, he has shared several takeaways over the past six years, each of which has been spent on unicorn scaling with valuable founders of all stripes. The first step?

“Advise Delique to” find complementary co-founders who will become your best friends.

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Big Tech Inc.

  • Facebook is really talking about the newsletter: The push for the newsletter is not slowing down, with 31 new authors added to Facebook’s bulletin service. This is a long distance. Of course, Facebook is using the service as a way to further its use of Facebook Pay, among other purposes. But as a writer, it’s definitely a matter of time before big companies discuss my professionalism.
  • Venmo admitted that his default – public feed was bad. Ah, the food of the public Venomo activity. It was never realized, but Venmo is still stuck in it, thick and thin. You will now see a maximum of feeds based on friendships only. Progress!
  • YouTube accepted the advice: Would you like to tip a YouTube creator for their work? You will be able to thank a new feature in the social video service called Super Thanks. This is a time signal between $ 2 and $ 50. It is hoped that this will help musical groups that use the distribution platform.

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