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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 staff picks, so be sure to check out their analytics page to get more information if you’re interested in one of them.
Boxabl, with a pre-money valuation of $226.2 million, is raising funds on StartEngine. The company makes building modules that can be easily shipped, factory-manufactured, and engineered for custom configurations. The building system of Boxabl is compatible with factory mass production and lowers the homeownership cost for people.
Paolo Tiramani and Galiano Tiramani founded Boxabl in 2017. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum goal of $9,999.64 and a maximum goal of $3,929,999.81, and the funds will be used to scale worldwide with its partner factory model. Boxabl has more than 20,000 reservations for its product and has 2,000 paid deposits. The company currently has more than 17 patent filings and is launching a factory to produce its shippable homes.
PvP, with a pre-money valuation of $12 million, is raising crowdfunding on StartEngine. It is a gamers’ social community that connects gamers globally through a digital gamer identity. The social community allows gamers to meet, connect, build, improve, and grow together.
Phil Stover and Chris Gray founded PvP in January 2019. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum raise of $9,999.36 and a maximum raise of $1,069,999.68, and the funds will be used for growth and expansion. PvP currently has more than 113,000 active users and uses multi-platform integration. The company has strategic partnerships with Twitch, Alienware, and Blerp, leading to above-average retention rates.
The Bitter Housewife, with a pre-money valuation of $5.5 million, is raising crowdfunding on StartEngine. The company makes award-winning cocktail bitters and zero-alcohol canned beverages. The drinks are made using all real ingredients and lots of flavors.
Dan Brazelton and Genevieve Brazelton founded The Bitter Housewife in February 2018. The current crowdfunding round has a minimum target of $10,000 and a maximum target of $1,070,000. The raise proceeds will be used to launch new products, establish a membership program, and expand retail availability. The Bitter Housewife reported a 537% increase in revenue from January 2020 to January 2021, and the direct-to-consumer sales grew by 395% in 2020 alone.