Flipside Crypto, a Boston-based blockchain analytics platform aims to be a source of education for emerging analysts to learn, collaborate and solve data challenges. In return, they receive “bounty” payouts upon completion.
FLipSide Crypto has become a player in crowdsourced investment analysis.
Driven by data, customer relations and an opportunity to impact the healthtech industry, these product teams are led to success by managers who have a desire to collaborate and a mindset centered on continuous growth.
Within a year, Reify Health, a tech-backed clinical health trial startup, pulled in $440 million in funding and has more than doubled its former $2.2 billion valuation announced in August.
The Boston tech scene saw big funding rounds and other developments this week. Keep reading to find out what you might have missed. This is the Built In Boston weekly refresh.
NetVirta Inc., which has offices in Boston and Singapore, has partnered with the outdoor active footwear company Merrell, a Wolverine Worldwide brand. The company’s fit scanning technology will be used on the beta version of Merrell’s Shoe Advisor mobile app to help consumers find the correct size and fit for their shoes.
Damon Cox has spent the past four years helping lead the Baker administration’s technology and innovation efforts as an assistant secretary in the Office of Housing and Economic Development.
Cambridge-based ConcertAI, formerly Concerto HealthAI, is the latest startup in the space to take advantage of this funding trend.
Two of the company’s co-founders are former Twilio engineers
These Boston companies are closing out Q3 strong with fresh capital and plans to expand, hire and innovate. Together, these five local tech companies raised $337 million in March.