Here’s a list of today’s biggest funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share and remember to check back for updates!

Welltok raises $25M for its health ‘optimization’ platform

Welltok’s platform has been getting traction in the marketplace and is poised to expand further. The Denver-based company has now closed $25 million of a planned $37 million funding round led by Bessemer Venture Partners. Welltok expects to raise the other $12 later this year.

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Thismoment scores $17.6M to turn YouTube videos into branded content

Today, San Francisco-based Thismoment announced it has raised an additional $17.6 million to deal out more homemade photos, posts, and videos, combined with news stories or brand-created content. The Series D funding round was led by Sierra Ventures, Trident Capital, and UMC, and it brings the total raised to date to $54 million.

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Blue Box raises $10 million

Seattle-based Blue Box today announced a $10 million raise led by Voyager Capital and Founders Collective. The company, which offers OpenStack-powered cloud services, says it will use the new funds to expand its engineering, sales, and marketing teams.

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Brainly raises $9M to expand its social network for…homework?

Brainly, a Polish social learning site where students go to help each other with their homework, today announced a $9 million round led by General Catalyst Partners.

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Viewics orders up $8M to help control hospital lab test costs

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Viewics said today that it has secured a new $8 million in funding in a round led by Canvas Venture Fund. It will use the money to further develop its platform and expand sales and marketing efforts, Canvas general partner Rebecca Lynn told VentureBeat Tuesday.

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Fresvii raises $1.8M, unveils platform for in-game mobile voice chat

The startup Fresvii is coming out of stealth today with a new platform dubbed AppSteroid that allows smartphone gamers to use voice chat with other players in mobile games. Fresvii is also announcing it has raised $1.8 million in funding from Japanese venture capital firm Nissay Capital.

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