Austin-based blockchain startup Factom, known for leveraging the bitcoin blockchain for projects including plans to secure land titles in Honduras, has raised over $8 million as a part of its extended Series A funding round. In October 2016, Factom raised $4.2 million in its Series A round, led by […]
Blockchain startup Factom has finished raising just over $8m as part of an extended Series A round. Last October, the firm said that it had raised $4.2m as part of the funding in an effort to raise capital ahead of planned product launches. Taking part in the round, according to […]
Ledger, a blockchain security provider that offers products for the blockchain market, including service appliances for enterprise, bitcoin hardware wallets for consumers and embedded solutions for connected objects, has raised $7 million in Series A funding led by MAIF Avenir, bringing total funding to $8.5 million, according to a company […]
They are risking their health by failing to do enough exercise, says the British Heart Foundation.
Litecoin prices surged nearly 70 today, ending months of stagnated market activity.nSource
Blockchain startup Filament has closed a new $15m funding round.nSource
Digital currency exchange startup ShapeShift has closed a new funding round, one which it hopes will fuel a suite of new products this year. nSource
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In a move to extend its reach into the fast-growing application security testing market, CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) announced it will acquire privately held Veracode for $614 million in cash. It expects the deal to close early next month. Veracode is a leading SaaS-based [software-as-a-service] secure DevOps platform provider, a business that entails “the automation and scaling of application security testing (AST) to develop and deploy applications faster with fewer defects.” CA Technologies hopes to exploit Veracode’s AST and SaaS development operations (DevOps) market position among midsize enterprise customers, as well as bring its suite of offerings to large scale customers.
Offering what it bills as “the industry’s leading waitlist system and seating tool,” Pittsburgh-based Nowait is now fully owned by its one-time partner and investor, Yelp (NYSE: YELP). Yelp’s connection with Nowait began in August 2016 with an $8 million investment.