Fireblocks founders Idan Ofrat, Michael Shaulov, and Pavel Berengoltz  credit: PR Israeli co Fireblocks raising $400m at $8b valuation - report

Fireblocks, which has developed a cryptocurrency platform for banks and financial institutions, has increased its valuation eleven-fold this year, "The Information" reports.

Andrey Yashunsky and Arnon Shiboleth Photo: Alon Yakhin Investment group Prytek raises $107m from Davidson Kempner

Prytek plans to invest the new capital that it has raised to accelerate its growth strategy.

Rob Gurzeev Photo: PR Israeli cybersecurity co CyCognito raises $100m

The company's external attack surface management platform delivers a complete solution to quickly prioritize, investigate, and respond to potential security risks.

Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Israeli startups raised $2.8b in November

Israeli tech companies have raised $23.6 billion in the first eleven months of 2021, more than double the record $10 billion raised in all of 2020.

Eyal Shinar Photo: Fundbox Fintech co Fundbox raises $100m at $1.1b valuation

The Israeli company extends credit to small and medium sized businesses in the US.

Coinbase to set up Israel R&D center, buys Unbound Security

The US cryptocurrency exchange giant will pay an estimated hundreds of millions of dollars for the Israeli crypto-protection company.

Oren Shoval and Daniel Ramot Photo: PR Micro-transit co Via raises $130m at $3.3b valuation

The Israeli company controls an estimated 50% of the world's micro-transit market

Yevgeny Dibrov and Nadir Izrael Photo: PR Cybersecurity co Armis raises $300m at $3.4b valuation

The Israeli company's valuation has more than tripled in value since it was acquired by Insight Partners at a valuation of $1.1 billion in January 2020.

TAU Ventures Photo: PR TAU Ventures raises $50m second VC fund

TAU Ventures was founded in 2018 by managing partner Nimrod Cohen, together with Tel Aviv University.

Big pharma finds Israel's drug development role

AION Labs will set Israeli computing talent to solving international pharma companies' problems. CEO Mati Gill and adviser Christian Tidona explain.

Insight Partners  credit: Reuters - SOPA Images An insight into Insight

Insight Partners' well-oiled VC machine has become dominant on the Israeli startup scene. Should every entrepreneur take their money?

Amos Haggiag and Eitan Yanovsky Credit: Optibus Optibus optimizes bus lines worldwide with algorithms

With operations in 500 cities worldwide, the Israeli company allows bus companies to achieve optimal results with fewer buses, and less mileage and driving hours.

Startup valuations Startup valuations part from reality

Huge funds loaded with cash, and expectations that markets will rise forever, explain how companies like Wiz and Snyk hit astronomical highs so fast.

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