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The latest deals available for investment are out! We’ve created a list so you can see all these new startups in one easy place.
We’ve also highlighted three exciting deals below. These are not KingsCrowd recommendations, so be sure to check out their analytics page to get more information if you’re interested in one of them.
Linen, with a valuation cap of $22 million, is raising funds on Republic. The application has been developed to allow retail investors to access alternatives to bonds and peer-to-peer loans. Linen will use high-end technology to enable the use of blockchain by investors in the form of stablecoins and provides access to liquidity pools on the Ethereum blockchain.
The company was founded in June 2018 by Vitaly Bahachuk, Alex Bazhanau, and Max Okala-Kulak. Linen is backed by Coinbase, Were Capital, HashKey Capital, and Polychain Capital. The current crowdfunding round has a minimum raise of $25,000 and a maximum raise of $500,000. The funds will be used to launch new functionalities, implement scalability solutions, and connect the app to the broader DeFi ecosystem. Linen has already found product-market fit with its low operating costs and scalable growth.
AEXLAB, with a $12 million pre-money valuation, is raising funds on StartEngine. It is a virtual reality company offering unparalleled technology experience to gamers. The company has developed interactive VR technology for high-quality, immersive, and social gaming experiences.
Jonathan Ovadia founded AEXLAB in January 2021. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding round, with a minimum raise of $9,996 and a maximum raise of $1,069,998, will be used for innovation, growth, and expansion. AEXLAB is soon going to launch its first gaming franchise, VAIL, which aims to redesign gamers’ lobbies. The solutions offered by the company will not only be used in esports but also for haptics, firearm simulation, VR human interfaces, and audio spatialization.
RIZOME, with a $27 million valuation cap, is raising funds on Wefunder. The company aims to use engineered bamboo lumber as the primary global construction material. The new material will help to build climate-positive buildings and cities and launch regenerative urban development.
Troy Carter and Russell Smith founded RIZOME in 2013. The current crowdfunding round of the company has a minimum goal of $250,000 and a maximum goal of $1,070,000. The proceeds will be used towards manufacturing equipment, team and salaries, and carbon and planting. RIZOME hopes to become profitable by June 2021, along with keeping up with its mission to remove ten gigatons of CO2 by 2050.