78 newly funded startups and their domain names: Garrison.com, Endor.com, Current.com

Funding activity was down a bit last week as we tracked 78  startups raise $264,541,810 in venture funding. As usual, the vast majority of these new companies launched with a .com address, 75%.  The ccTLD claimed the second spot again with a little over 11% of the pie. There are four startups that went with one of the new extensions: one .Clinic, a .Blue and two .Club’s

Some domains I like this week include those of the London-based cybersecurity firm Garrison Technology which owns the prestigious exact match Garrison.com address. Then we have Tel Aviv-based predictive software platform Endor that lets business users ask any predictive question and get high-quality results in minutes instead of months. The Endor.com domain was picked up for just $515 on NameJet back in 2014.  Last but not least we have Current, a financial technology company that provides collaborative banking solutions and does so from the ultra=premium Current.com domain. The domain name used to be developed in what seems to be some sort of video news site in a previous life.

 

Here’s this weeks list:

NameFundingAmountDomain NameTLD
Breath Therapeutics HoldingSeries A$46,040,000Breath-Therapeutics.com.com
VirtaVenture$37,000,000VirtaHealth.com.com
Garrison TechnologySeries A$14,750,000Garrison.com.com
Flat IronVenture$12,210,000FlatIronSteak.co.uk.co.uk
PayQixSeries A$11,000,000PayQix.com.com
MYCSSeries A$10,560,000MYCS.com.com
WaitrVenture$10,000,000WaitrApp.com.com
Social Ventures AustraliaVenture$9,000,000SocialVentures.com.au.com.au
Astro TechnologySeries A$8,000,000HelloAstro.com.com
QuiddSeed$6,750,000MyQuidd.com.com
KiddomVenture$6,500,000Kiddom.co.co
RadiactionSeries A$5,700,000RadiactionMedical.com.com
StreetbeesSeed$5,100,000StreetBees.com.com
Digital AlloysSeries A$5,000,000DigitalAlloys.com.com
EndorSeed$5,000,000Endor.com.com
DiracVenture$4,880,000Dirac.com.com
MagicbricksVenture$4,500,000MagicBricks.com.com
DialogueSeed$4,000,000Diologue.co.co
CurrentSeed$3,600,000Current.com.com
Epicrop TechnologiesSeries A$3,200,000Epicrop.com.com
TylkoSeries A$3,180,000Tylko.com.com
CiM EnviroSeries A$3,000,000CimEnviro.com.com
CymulateSeries A$3,000,000Cymulate.com.com
VirsaeVenture$3,000,000Virsae.com.com
PlayAmoVenture$2,660,000PlayAmo.com.com
DateBoxSeed$2,600,000GetDatebox.com.com
HarvestPortSeries A$2,500,000HarvestPort.com.com
StatXSeed$2,500,000Statx.io.io
Flont, IncSeed$2,000,000Flont.club.club
Hennepin Life SciencesAngel$1,900,000HennepinLifeSciences.com.com
iExhaleSeed$1,860,000iExhale.com.com
VersarienVenture$1,840,000Versarien.com.com
Sift WalletSeed$1,500,000SiftWallet.com.com
Juno ClinicSeed$1,200,000Juno.Clinic.clinic
TrustInSoftVenture$1,200,000Trust-In-Soft.com.com
Zeffer CiderVenture$1,200,000Zeffer.co.nz.co.nz
MoverVenture$1,140,000UseMover.com.com
CovR SecurityVenture$1,110,000CovrSecurity.com.com
AkosSeed$1,000,000AkosWeb.com.com
FairyGodBossSeed$1,000,000FairyGodBoss.com.com
OinkySeed$1,000,000SaveWithOinky.com.com
RiipenSeed$1,000,000Riipen.com.com
Shoulder InnovationsSeed$1,000,000ShoulderInnovations.com.com
SimflerSeed$800,000Simfler.com.com
VitcordSeed$792,980Vitcord.com.com
jobZologySeed$750,000JobZology.com.com
LaboratoriaSeed$750,000Laboratoria.la.la
Njus MediaVenture$665,640NJUS.me.me
MimoSeed$650,000GetMimo.com.com
AppBrowzerSeed$500,000AppBrowzer.com.com
GobiSeed$500,000GobiApp.com.com
TushySeed$500,000Tushy.me.me
Your-SpaceAngel$500,000Your-Space.in.in
First Step DigitalSeed$443,880FirstStepDigital.com.com
PeeBuddySeed$443,690PeeBuddy.in.in
Easter Egg AppSeed$400,000EasterEggApp.com.com
Sula BatsuSeed$350,000SulaBatsu.com.com
Online SuccesSeed$317,190OnlineSucces.nl.nl
Foodie&ToursVenture$264,870FoodieAndTours.com.com
AblePay TechnologiesVenture$160,000AblePay.no.no
BioAffinity TechnologiesVenture$150,000BioAffinityTech.com.com
SummerLabelSeed$150,000SummerLabel.com.com
ENB TherapeuticsSeed$110,000ENBPharma.com.com
LarkrSeed$100,000Larkr.com.com
ServilomasSeed$33,580Servilomas.com.com
BookServicing.comSeed$29,980BookServicing.com.com
AmarthaSeries AUndisclosedAmartha.com.com
BetterezSeedUndisclosedBetterez.com.com
CaramoSeedUndisclosedCaramo.vn.vn
EkarSeedUndisclosedEkar.ae.ae
GribSeedUndisclosedGribbing.com.com
LoveTheWildSeries AUndisclosedLoveTheWild.com.com
Neo-NomadeVentureUndisclosedNeo-Nomade.com.com
ProzapasAngelUndisclosedProzapas.club.club
Remedly, IncSeedUndisclosedRemedly.com.com
Securing BlueSeedUndisclosedSecuring.Blue.blue
UBIqubeSeries AUndisclosedUbiqube.com.com
Veho TechnologiesSeedUndisclosedVeho-Technologies.com.com

Funding data is based on online reporting and DNgeek can not guarantee 100% accuracy. To compile this list we only include companies that raised the first round of angel, seed, Series A or Venture funding and exclude companies that raised private equity or series B and beyond funding rounds. 

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Doron Vermaat

Doron has over a decade of professional experience in marketing and business development for technology startups in both Europe and Asia. He is the product guy behind domain name management software, Efty and in his spare time he moonlights as a domain name investor. He lives in bustling Hong Kong with his wife Fay, daughter Isla and their rescue dog Pepper.

5 thoughts on “78 newly funded startups and their domain names: Garrison.com, Endor.com, Current.com

  1. Interesting list thanks for sharing.
    Some interesting notes from what’ve checked so far…
    – myQuidd.com forwards to Quidd.com, which shows interest in the Quidd keyword/name but most likely could not buy Quidd.com.
    – Diologue.co seems to have failed to buy Diologue.com which is up for sale.
    – DigitalAlloys.com website says that the site expired (being hosted on SquareSpace) Weird for a startup that raised $5 million dollars.
    – GetDateBox.com (domain registration 2015) seems to have gone for a name that is already taken and developed DateBox.com (registration 1999) which is doing the exact type of business, very weird indeed. Blatant infringement and a quick loss if a UDRP case is brought up.

    I stopped looking after that, a lot of interesting stuff, thanks.

  2. Thanks, Doron, for bringing into the open the indisputable idiocy that is clearly evident in the great majority of startups.
    Trust-In-Soft.com ? They have to be dreaming. With a name like that, “whom are you going to trust?”

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