Nomad Health, Incorta, ayfie Group, Nurx, Coinmine, Rimeto, among others, announced their latest VC funding from venture capital companies.
Nomad Health, an online marketplace for healthcare jobs, has raised $34 million in new equity and debt financing – led by Icon Ventures, a Palo Alto-based venture capital firm. The financing includes additional investment from prior investors Polaris Partners, RRE Ventures, .406 Ventures, and Silicon Valley Bank.
Incorta, the first no-ETL data warehouse, has closed $30 million in Series C funding led by Sorenson Capital, with participation from existing investors including GV, Kleiner Perkins, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures), Telstra Ventures, and major investor Ron Wohl. Incorta has raised $75 million in funding to date.
Coinmine, an LA-based consumer crypto hardware and software company, has raised $2.5 million in Seed round of financing led by LA-based M13. The round also includes Republic Labs, Gumi Crypto, Canaan Beta and early Uber investor Shervin Pishevar.
ayfie Group, a provider for big text analytics solutions, announced $10 million in a funding round to accelerate its growth and extend its product offerings.
Nurx, the health tech company providing care for sensitive health needs, has raised $52 million in funding — led by Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund and Union Square Ventures with participation from Reproductive Health Investors Alliance, Dreamers VC, Lowercase Capital, and Y Combinator, as well as Triple Point Capital for equity and debt.
Rimeto announced $10 million in Series A funding. The investment came from USVP, Bow Capital, Floodgate, and Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund.
ShareChat, a social media platform, has raised $100 million in its Series D funding. Existing investors including Shunwei Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, SAIF Capital, India Quotient and Morningside Venture Capital and new investors Twitter and TrustBridge Partners joined the latest funding round. ShareChat raised $224 million to date.