Charityvest closes $2.3M seed round ahead of new feature launch on Giving Tuesday

Charityvest, a donation platform run by Atlanta fintech startup Vennfi, closed a $2.3 million seed round ahead of the holiday season.  Charityvest lets people create tax-deductible accounts to give to charities and keep track of the amount. The platform has no fees and includes donation options for more than 1.4 million U.S.-based nonprofits with cash or cryptocurrency.   Tom Blaisdell, a former general partner at DCM Ventures, led the funding round. Teamworthy Ventures, Duro.vc, Sovereign’s…

Charityvest, a donation platform run by Atlanta fintech startup Vennfi, closed a $2.3 million seed round ahead of the holiday season.  Charityvest lets people create tax-deductible accounts to give to charities and keep track of the amount. The platform has no fees and includes donation options for more than 1.4 million U.S.-based nonprofits with cash or cryptocurrency.   Tom Blaisdell, a former general partner at DCM Ventures, led the funding round. Teamworthy Ventures, Duro.vc, Sovereign’s…

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