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Peace and blessings be upon you. Did we get that meme right? Today, we are very excited to see an a16z planned for $ 50 crore (that’s $ 500 million) worth investing in a new investment proposal. We are also keeping an eye on Thrasio as he appoints a new manager to execute work cycles – Christine and Haaji
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- NFTs for physical products?: Americana Technologies thought that creators of physical objects were abandoned when it came to NFTs, so startups have created a way for creators to jump. We’ll see if this theory shakes, but with fans like Alexis Ohanian’s business venture, Seven Seven Six; NFT marketplace OpenSea; and rapper Future, it is likely that a good gamble will happen.
- Go back to the NFT we know and loveWe liked it AlexToday’s story line is about those who are attracted to valuable parts of digital land: “Monkey workers have managed to convert NFT beats into several collections, large business checks, and now licenses to print money with the most thanks to the imaginative ups and downs. digital assets have recently been introduced. ” I can’t wait to see what they do with it.
- This island has no love other than RobloxSpotify launched “Spotify Island” and is now Roblox’s first music label. It is a beautiful little island with heart and Easter eggs, but it is not expected to be paired.
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It’s all fintech always on site today, with $ 65 million round going to Kevin to build account-based payments outside of sales channels, Neobank Open becomes a team, Banking Giant Trust has got a long game of effort. to achieve youth statistics, and Point raises $ 115 million to help homeowners cash on their home equity.
The start of myNurse medical technology (formerly known as Salusive Health) lost a lot of broken patient data which suddenly shut down less than two months later. It claims it had nothing to do with the breach, but does not give a reason for its arrest. More surprising and more interesting.
I like it too RonToday’s story about Graphite, who pulled a leaf out of Slack’s book by taking an internal tool and turning it into a private company with a $ 20 million Series A. Gotta loves an important story.
- Bolt Uprising: There is something going on inside the four Bolt walls. Mary Ann Digging up various news stories in context last week, and this week, manager Bolt talked about the initial performance of the case, claiming that its merchants did twice this year as last year.
- When you are completely, positively need a kick now: Zepto raises $ 200 million for 90% unicorn, 10% horse price to help you get food in 10 minutes in more Indian cities.
- Free is the magic number (no): Customer recovery from free levels to offer providers and from low-cost production plans to high-cost plans is a constant headache for SaaS companies. Toplyne has now raised $ 15 million to help manufacturing companies analyze their customers and identify the best marketing strategies.
- Come back, come back, go back to where you had songs: Access to music is a constant challenge for broadcast services, SoundCloud is trying to solve that with Musiio, an AI music expert.
- For vegans, the lack of beef is now a bad steak: A fun twist that we haven’t seen in the following, Mooji is a 3D meat-based printing. YC graduates now raise $ 3 million to print pork chops.
- World’s First Eqǝʍ Box: (this is web3, but below)New Zealand will have access to its first crypto box, the web3-VC.
Recruitment of high-budget start-up skills during the Great Recession
Glen Evans, a partner on Greylock’s core talent team, joins Editor-in-Chief Walter Thompson at TechCrunch Early Stage to discuss how founders can improve their writing and recruitment process, acquire and develop capabilities, and unveil take some of the best methods of closing candidates.
“The labor market situation is more competitive than I have ever seen,” said Evans, who has over two decades of experience overseeing recruitment and team building for fast-growing companies including Slack, Facebook and Google.
“There is a very limited supply of resources which is probably the greatest need I have ever seen, so it is really important for people to think about how to sort and build foundations and habits to get the right quality in the early days, “he said. . “It’s not missile science.”
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- Cars are what we take from A to B, but today’s news is about some of the biggest investments in the production of electric cars. First, Stellantis plans to invest $ 2.8 billion to increase the production of electric cars at two Canadian plants. This is part of a larger $ 35.5 billion investment that Stellantis is making to become carbon-neutral by 2038. Next, Rivian generated a good incentive package to drive Georgia and build an EV factory. Finally, Silas has a lock in a new facility in Washington that will make it possible to make EV batteries to begin importing its products into cars by 2026.
- It is your lucky day if you have ever tried to read a book you already had, but did not buy it from Amazon, but want to read on Kindle. Amazon has now put you in a position to do that which does not involve many steps. Also, it looks like the company is giving Roku its own money, by increasing the original displays. We forgot Jeff Lewis‘entertainment brand so far.
- In case you missed out on the daily covers of Twitter and Elon Musk, Sarah reports on the SEC’s filing on Twitter highlighting the risk of its underlying advertising business if the proposed deal expires. Advertisers are already excited, while Musk has already unveiled some ideas for reducing Twitter dependency on revenue advertisers. Oh, and Twitter is experimenting with something called Circle Twitter because it’s a middle school again, and there may only be six kids Six Chicksso choose wisely.