LoyalBlocks, a loyalty marketing solutions provider for small and medium sized businesses with physical locations announced today that it had raised $9 million in its first round of funding. The company plans on using the capital injection to expand US operations and continue developing its platform.
There was a lot of money placed today, not least on health-tech. Here’s a quick round-up of funding stories for April 10.
Israeli social and mobile game startup Dragonplay has raised $14 million in a first round of funding. The investors are Accel Partners, Entrée Capital, and Founder Collective.
Vaultive, which encrypts data before its gets stored in the cloud, just announced a second round of funding for $10 million.
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What do venture firm Andreessen-Horowitz and successful internet companies Opentable, Paypal, Netflix, Yelp and Shopzilla have in common? Rental eCommerce company, Rentcycle and its first $1.4 million round.