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                   28 February 2022                      
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Varo Bank has appointed Jon Alferness, formerly Product VP and SPV at Lyft, Pinterest and Google, as its new Chief Product Officer to help expand its digital banking offerings with a focus on enabling wealth creation for underserved communities that have been left behind by the traditional banking industry. Read more here.*

TeselaGen Biotechnology entered into a two-year contract with BioMADE, the Department of Defense-sponsored bioindustrial Manufacturing Innovation Institute, to improve the informatics infrastructure around fermentation-based biomanufacturing. Read more here.*

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Decent’s mission is to offer affordable healthcare for everyone. The company’s solutions are designed for small businesses and the self-employed to obtain Affordable Care Act (ACA)-compliant health insurance at a lesser cost than market rates.

Notable Institutional Investors - QED, Menlo Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Lux Capital, Sure Ventures


Cyberdontics is a Y-Combinator surgical robotics startup that is developing robots to automate restorative dentistry, starting with dental crowns and later fillings.

Notable Institutional Investors - Y Combinator, Kyto Technology and Life Sciences, C3 Ventures


"BlockApps has created several industry innovations including the launch of the best, easy-to-use, most powerful Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) platform on the market called STRATO." - BlockApps

Notable Institutional Investors
- Consensys Ventures, Morgan Creek Capital, Fenbushi Capital

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A SAFE, or Simple Agreement for Future Equity, entitles the holder to shares in a startup, generally in the form of preferred stock, if and when the company is valued in the future. SAFEs carry no interest.

Alternative investments provide the opportunity for exposure outside of traditional investments, with the possibility of exceeding the market returns and with greater portfolio diversity to protect downside risk.

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