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  • late in fashion: Epic Games loved distributed computing startup Hadean so much that he didn’t want to miss the opportunity to support it. pee He has more on how and why Epic managed to get a $30 million Series A investment.
  • From cute to blingLife insurance isn’t often an exciting topic, but Strava co-founder Mark Shaw thinks he’s found a way to “beat it” with Inclined, a company that lends against whole life insurance policies, Mary Ann Writes. The company is now streaming $15 million in Series A.
  • Shopping for healthcareHealth care is a complex network of doctors, labs, and payers that rarely seem to be connected. Kenyan startup Ponea Health is changing that by offering a healthcare market that brings everyone together, that I reports.

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The cryptocurrency market is flooded with perpetual, options-centralized (Binance, FTX) and decentralized ETH-based platforms (Dydx, Opyn and Perpetual Protocol). Nibiru is trying to build the first major decentralized multi-chain solution. Tribe Capital GP was co-founded by Arjun Sethi and Just raised $7.5 million in seed funding valuation of $100 million, Manly… masculine reports.

A cloud kitchen—also known as a ghost kitchen or communal kitchen—provides restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs with low-cost commercial kitchen space for food delivery and takeout. A Manila-based startup called CloudEats, runs cloud kitchens across the Philippines and Vietnam, You just raised $7 million to extend the Series A To accelerate the digitization of food services in Southeast Asia, Kate reports.

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Dominic Madhuri Davis polled eight investors about the role that venture capital might play in this new era where Americans no longer have the legal right to have an abortion.

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