Top fundings, acquisitions, and IPOs between the coasts. 

Atlanta, GA

Greenlight, a fintech company with a kid-friendly debit card that helps parents safely manage family finances, has raised $260 million in a Series D funding round, nearly doubling its valuation to $2.3 billion.

Supersapiens, the new energy management ecosystem, powered by Abbott’s Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor announced a $13.5 million capital raise led by MICA Ventures AG.

Boulder, CO
Automox, a cloud-native endpoint management platform, announced it has secured $110 million in Series C funding to accelerate its vision to modernize IT operations, with its total funding now exceeding $152 million.

Unsupervised, the first automated analytics platform, announced that it has recently closed a $35 million Series B round by new investors Cathay Innovation and SignalFire with participation from prior investors Coatue, Eniac Ventures, NextGen Venture Partners and Elad Gil, bringing the total funding to $53.5 million.

Denver, CO
Crusoe, which uses excess natural gas from energy operations to power data centers and cryptocurrency mining operations, has just raised $128 million in new financing from some of the top names in the venture capital industry, bringing the total funding to $242.5 million.

Fishers, IN
Emplify, a Fishers-based tech company has been acquired by San Francisco-based 15Five in a deal valued at $50 million.

Louisville, KY
Podchaser, the most comprehensive podcast database raised a $4 Million round, led by Greysoft. It has now raised a total of $6.1 million.

Pennsauken, NJ
Misfits Market, the e-commerce platform that sells “ugly” produce, has announced the close of an $85 million Series B financing round led by Valor Equity Partners, with participation from Greenoaks Capital, Third Kind Venture Capital and Sound Ventures bringing the total funding to $301.5 million.

Raleigh, NC
Element451, a software company bringing the college admission process into the digital world, closed a $3 million Series A round, led by Missouri-based Cultivation Capital bringing the total funding to $4 million.