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Funding roundup December 27 – December 31: Up to $50k grants for flood-affected farmers, Indian neobank Jupiter raises $86m, and Voyant secures $15m

Dynamic Business brings you the key startup fundraising rounds from this week:

Up to $50k grants for flood-affected Australian farmers

Farmers in New South Wales and Queensland can now apply for grants of up to $50,000 to recover damaged crops and stock, rebuild fences, and replace machinery. 

The grants are immediately available to farmers in LGAs, which were disaster-declared after the severe flooding.

Jupiter raises $86m to launch wealth management services

Neobank Jupiter has raised about $86 million in a new financing round. Tiger Global, QED and Sequoia Capital India co-led the Series C round.

The new round values the startup at $711 million, up from about $300 million in its August Series B funding.

Voyant raises $15m to scale production of its lidar tech

The $15.4 million Series A round was led by UP Partners, with participation from LDV Capital and Contour Ventures. 

The company plans to use the money to move toward production by putting its development kits in the hands of partners 

Singapore-based CyberHash raises $20m 

Singapore-based CyberHash, a blockchain-based distributed storage startup, has raised US$20 million in a new financing round led by VC firm Lemon.

Mamaearth raises $38m from Sequoia Capital

Mamaearth entered into unicorn club after securing a fresh round of funding worth $38 Mn from Sequoia Capital.  Mamaearth’s valuation has touched close to $1.07 billion after the raise.

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Yajush Gupta

Yajush Gupta

Yajush is a journalist at Dynamic Business. He previously worked with Reuters as a business correspondent and holds a postgrad degree in print journalism.

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