Technical.ly: The DMV region raised an eye-popping $5B in venture capital in 2021

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The results are in: With official numbers to back it up, we can now confirm that the DMV had an absolutely bonkers (in a good way) year when it comes to venture capital.

According to data from the PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor, a quarterly report produced by PitchBook and the National Venture Capital Association with support from Silicon Valley Bank and Affinity, the area came in a little lower than other quarters in Q4, but significantly higher than numbers for 2020 and previous years.

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