Fast Funds Oct 8 2019

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Boston based Onerio provides advanced blockchain solutions for the decentralized internet. It raised $5 million in Series A funding from COSIMO Ventures, which provided $3 million in seed funding to the startup Feb 2018.

DayTwo, a San Francisco based startup announced it raised $5 million in Series B funding, provided by Cathay Innovation, Longliv Ventures, and Samsung NEXT. The company’s microbiome platform is built upon the largest full-shotgun database of gut-microbiome profiles around the world. It has raised $48 million since it launched in 2015.

NBA veteran Al Harrington launched Viola Brands in 2015 to produce premium cannabis for health issues. It announced it raised $16 million from Gotham Green Partners. The funding will help develop cannabis cultivation, processing and distribution facilities in California and Detroit, Michigan, and well as boost hiring at the startup.


Shujinko helps its clients build a cloud-based records storage environment that is secure and compliant. It announced today it raised$7.5 million in Series A funding, led by Unusual Ventures and supported by Defy Ventures. The Seattle based startup has raised $10.3 million in capital to date.

Lyte, who’s platform provides post primary ticketing for live events like Coachella, Newport Folk Festival and BottleRock Napa Valley, raised $15 million in Series A financing to lower event ticket prices for consumers. Jackson Square Ventures led the round, with backing from Industry Ventures, Accomplice Ventures, and Correlation Ventures. The company works with Eventbrite, Front Gate Tickets, Elevate Tickets, eTix and other ticket distributors to provide “real tickets at a fair price.”