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Lily Camera RIP : Company files for bankruptcy after taking in $34 million dollars in pre-orders and investments

Lily Robotics, a start-up operating from the domain Lily.Camera, has filed for bankruptcy, having taken in more than 60,000 pre-orders that were never shipped. After seed investors poured in millions of dollars in funding, the company started taking in discounted pre-orders for a revolutionary drone that possessed advanced navigation capabilities. The footage, however, was shot […]

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Company Using Hand Registered Domain in 2015 Which Dropped in 2012; Raises $6.5 Million

I just got finished reading a post in Venturebeat.com about a company named Reply All, which just raised $6.5 million dollars and whose website is ReplyAll.com The domain name has an original registration date in 2008 but was deleted for non-payment of renewal fees on March 27, 2012 by a former registrant. The domain sat […]

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Avocarrot : Greek native mobile ad start-up sold for $20 million

Greek native mobile ad exchanger, Avocarrot, has been sold to Glispa Global Group for $20 million dollars. Berlin-based Glispa thus acquired its third such ad tech company in two years. The acquisition was announced on the Avocarrot Facebook earlier today. Avocarrot, with offices in Athens, London and San Francisco, was co-founded by Greek Cypriot Conno […]

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Y Combinator : Which TLDs are preferred by funded start-ups?

Seed funding is the earliest stage of venture funding; it helps pay for a start-up company’s expenses, while they are getting started. Y Combinator is a platform for angel investors, providing seed funding for startups. How much funding a start-up needs depends on the kind of company one launches. At Y Combinator, small investments are […]

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