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Cryptocurrency wallet startup Cobo raises $13M Series A to enter the U.S. and Southeast Asia
Cobo, a cryptocurrency wallet startup headquartered in Beijing, has raised a $13 million Series A to enter new international markets. The round was led by DHVC and Wu Capital, a family office based in China. Cobo plans to expand in the United States and Southeast Asia, in particular Vietnam and Indonesia. Cobo is also now taking pre-orders for Cobo Vault, a hardware wallet (pictured above) that it claims is military grade. Cobo’s Series A brings its total funding to $20 million so far. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Ericsson tops third-quarter forecasts as savings and 5G sales kick in
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson beat third-quarter operating profit forecasts on Thursday, boosted by sales of next-generation 5G gear in North America, and said it was making solid progress toward its long-term financial goals. Marking its third consecutive quarter of substantial progress toward its 2020 financial targets, the company reported net sales rose 9 percent to 53.8 billion Swedish crowns ($6 billion) thanks to strong growth in its networks business. (Fonte: Reuters)

Cybersecurity: Darktrace raccoglie 50 milioni di dollari. Oggi vale 1,65 miliardi
L’intelligenza artificiale attira capitali, anche nel settore super-specializzato e complesso della sicurezza informatica. Darktrace, azienda di cybersecurity specializzata nella tecnologia di intelligenza artificiale per la cyber defense ha annunciato di avere chiuso un round di Serie E da 50 milioni di dollari raggiungendo un valore di 1,65 miliardi di dollari. L’investimento è guidato da Vitruvian Partners con la partecipazione degli attuali investitori KKR e 1011 Ventures. Darktrace ha realizzato una delle prime di tecnologia di risposta autonoma che usa machine learning. (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

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