VC Funding: Allure Security, Homebase, TrojAI, Home From College, dappOS

Technology companies such as Allure Security, Homebase, TrojAI, Home From College, dappOS, among others, have announced their VC funding news.
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Allure Security

Allure Security, a start-up in online brand protection-as-a-service, has secured $10 million in a Series A funding round. Spearheaded by Curql, a strategic fintech investment firm, the funding round also witnessed the entry of Jens Montanana, the Founder and CEO of Datatec, as a new investor.

Noteworthy participation came from existing backers including Glasswing Ventures, Zetta Venture Partners, Gutbrain Ventures, and PBJ Capital. This fresh capital injection is earmarked for bolstering Allure Security’s research and development endeavors, scaling up its go-to-market strategies, and consolidating its position as a leader in the domain.


Homebase, a player in HR and team management solutions catering to over 100,000 small businesses, has raised $60 million in a Series D financing round.

The funding drive was championed by L Catterton Growth, with support from Emerson Collective and existing investors such as Notable Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Cowboy Ventures, and PLUS Capital. Homebase’s platform, renowned for its efficiency in automating paperwork and enhancing data accuracy, is set to receive further product investment, enabling it to cement its status as the go-to ecosystem for managing hourly work.


TrojAI, an enterprise specializing in artificial intelligence (AI) security solutions, has announced $5.75 million infusion in additional seed capital. Flying Fish, an existing investor, spearheaded the funding round, with contributions from Build Ventures, Techstars, Alteryx Ventures, and Flybridge Capital Partners. This financial boost is pivotal for TrojAI as it seeks to expand its market presence and fortify its offerings aimed at safeguarding AI models and applications.

Home From College

Home From College, a career platform catering to the needs of recent graduates, has unveiled a $5.4 million seed round led by GV (Google Ventures). With a presence spanning across all 50 states and boasting over 100,000 users, Home From College intends to leverage the fresh capital to diversify its product offerings, targeting individuals in the early stages of their careers. The infusion will also facilitate the expansion of its dynamic team across various fronts including product development, sales, and marketing.


dappOS, an intent execution network revolutionizing decentralized applications (dApps), has closed a Series A round, securing $15.3 million led by Polychain at a valuation of $300 million. Having previously received seed round investments from prominent entities including Binance Labs and Sequoia China, dappOS is poised for significant growth.

The platform facilitates intent-centric interactions within the blockchain ecosystem, empowering developers to translate specific user intents into on-chain outcomes. With a diverse pool of backers including Nomad Capital, IDG, and Flow Traders, among others, dappOS is well-positioned to capitalize on emerging opportunities in the decentralized landscape.

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