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SCOPE, an invite-only networking platform for startups, launches $45M VC fund

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Scope launches $45 Mn VC fund for fintech and gaming startups
  1. Recently launched a $45 million fund dedicated to supporting startups in fintech and gaming sectors.
  2. Facilitated around $70 million in funding for startups, playing a crucial role in connecting them with investors using the SCOPE App.
  3. Secured $2.5 million for Wallex, a fintech company, and $6 million for Bruder, highlighting SCOPE’s effectiveness in diverse funding approaches.
  4. The VC arm will independently identify and support startups with high potential in fintech and gaming, aiming to provide strategic funding leveraging SCOPE’s resources and network.
  5. Committed to fostering innovation and driving positive change in the startup landscape, SCOPE aims to catalyze transformative success stories in entrepreneurship.
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