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Toronto-based Xanadu has announced the findings of a joint proof-of-concept with BMO and Scotiabank.
The new round, which takes the startup’s total fundraising to more than $215 million, valued it above $750 million.
Zurich-based FinTech startup Numbrs raises over €36 million at billion-dollar valuation to boost its expansion(TECH.EU)
According to the company, that allegedly counts 50 individuals and families among its investors, the recent round of funding brings the total capital invested to almost $200 million.
Moncton-based Quber, an app that aims to help users save money through fun games, has closed $450,000 in total funding.
If a test of their websites and mobile apps by a cybersecurity vendor is accurate, the startups aren’t necessarily better at protecting their applications.
The right people to solve the trillion-dollar student debt crisis might be the ones who are suffering from it the hardest.
The Holt Accelerator, a Montreal-based program open to FinTechs from around the world, has accepted eight companies into its second cohort.
Lunar Way, the Denmark-based banking app, has received €26 million in a new funding round led by SEED Capital, and has obtained a European banking license in the process.
Densify has been a company that helps engineers buy cloud resources in a cost-effective way, but the company wanted to show this cloud spending data to finance as well.
Fung hinted to BetaKit that, given Drop’s growth and go-forward plan, there may be an opportunity for the company to go public in the future as well.