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The Genies series is making a comeback and is making its debut in virtual worlds. Fans include Paris Hilton, Camilla Cabello and Priyanka Chopra. Recently, the company secured $65 million in a funding round led by Mary Meeker. The stars even took to social media to share their Genie avatars. The Genies are already making a splash in the virtual world of Decentraland, a platform for decentralized social gaming. The platform is growing quickly thanks to the interest in non-fungible tokens, virtual land sales, and the opportunity to be part of the metaverse – a connected virtual universe.

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Dapper Labs has launched the “The Warehouse” to cater to fans and developers. They are hoping that the partnership will help their product catch fire and expand their audience. Before launching the platform, they struggled to scale the audience and were frustrated with the limited functionality of the platform.

The platform is expected to launch its secondary digital goods market in 2021. Users will be able to create avatars and trade them for other avatars. They will also be able to build collections using these avatars. The platform will allow users to build their own avatars as well as collect and sell NFT wearables. The company will also invest the new funds into developing their core technology and hiring engineering teams.

With the investment, Genies will expand their celebrity partnerships and expand their virtual reality ecosystem. It has recently announced a partnership with Universal Music Group to host avatars of artists. In addition, it has collaborated with other companies like Giphy and Universal Music Group to launch avatars on the platform.

gain additional revenue

To help people create avatars, the company is also launching a Genies Studio. This will enable more people to get involved in the digital avatar economy. During the pandemic, celebrities have already tapped into the Genies phenomenon. They have used avatars to promote their careers and gain additional revenue.

Personetics is a data-driven personalization company founded in 2010 that helps financial institutions deliver personalized customer experiences. Its platform uses real-time analytics to predict consumer behavior and financial data. The company recently raised $75 million in growth funding from Warburg Pincus LLC. Its other investors include Lightspeed Ventures, Viola Ventures, and Sequoia Capital.

The company leverages artificial intelligence (AI) technology to deliver individualized customer insights. Its solutions help banks track customer checking accounts and transfer money to savings accounts automatically. Warburg Pincus’ global network allows Personetics to distribute its technology to more financial institutions around the world.

Self-driving financial

Personetics is a new company with a bold vision for a new financial experience. Its founders believe that the financial services industry is on the brink of a mobile adoption tipping point and wants to set a new standard for customer engagement. Their vision is to empower customers with self-driving financial experiences.

Founded in Israel, LinearB is a DevOps platform that provides insight into the workflow of developers. The platform integrates with a variety of existing DevOps tools to collect data on how teams work. It also tracks metrics like the number of hours spent coding, the frequency of deployments, and the failure rate of changes.

The company helps engineering leaders automate the process of coding and deploying applications. Its software is used by more than 1,100 DevOps and Agile teams. The company’s tool extracts information from code, Git, projects, and releases. Its CEO, Ori Keren, says that it has helped thousands of teams optimize their workflow and reduce waste.

Performance better

LinearB’s Series A funding round was led by Battery Ventures and includes 83North, Ariel Maislos, and TechAviv Founder Partners. The funding raises the company’s total funding to date. The startup offers a new approach to software delivery and project management. It also promises to bring context to metrics and help engineering leaders understand their teams’ performance better.

Founded in Israel, LinearB is a DevOps platform that provides insight into the workflow of developers. The platform integrates with a variety of existing DevOps tools to collect data on how teams work. It also tracks metrics like the number of hours spent coding, the frequency of deployments, and the failure rate of changes.

The company helps engineering leaders automate the process of coding and deploying applications. Its software is used by more than 1,100 DevOps and Agile teams. The company’s tool extracts information from code, Git, projects, and releases. Its CEO, Ori Keren, says that it has helped thousands of teams optimize their workflow and reduce waste.

A new approach

LinearB’s Series A funding round was led by Battery Ventures and includes 83North, Ariel Maislos, and TechAviv Founder Partners. The funding raises the company’s total funding to date. The startup offers a new approach to software delivery and project management. It also promises to bring context to metrics and help engineering leaders understand their teams’ performance better.

Sage Lazzaro is a senior reporter at VentureBeat, covering enterprise technology and artificial intelligence. He covers the emerging AI landscape and how companies can use it to improve their business. Sage also writes about privacy and security issues. He covers a wide range of technology and startup news.

Domestic gambling licenses

Rivalry is a sports betting and iGaming company. It is based in Toronto, Canada, and has a team of 70 employees worldwide. It has an Isle of Man license, which allows it to operate in countries that do not have domestic gambling licenses. The company launched in August 2018 and is in the process of obtaining licenses in several other countries. It has already raised $53 million in funding, which it will use to expand its team and products.

ThriveDX has closed a $100 million growth round, co-led by technology investors Prytek and security focused venture firm NightDragon. Prytek has contributed $110 million in total, and NightDragon and its affiliates have provided $75 million. Additionally, industry veteran Dave DeWalt has joined the board of directors.

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The investment will support ThriveDX’s rapid growth as it focuses on developing cybersecurity and digital skills training. The company will use NightDragon’s investment to increase market leverage and accelerate industry partnerships, and create a path to long-term success. ThriveDX specializes in digital skills training, partnering with leading universities and corporations to develop advanced professional development programs and cybersecurity trainin

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