Hiya and welcome again to Fairness, TechCrunch’s enterprise capital-focused podcast the place we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.
That is Fairness Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the newest personal market news, talks in regards to the coming week, digs into some latest funding rounds and mulls over a bigger theme or narrative from the personal markets. You possibly can observe the present on Twitter here and myself here — and you should definitely try our final essential ep, through which Natasha cash a slogan for a16z that I each hate, and have become the headline of the present!
However sufficient of all of that, we have now quite a bit to get by this morning. Right here’s what we talked about:
- The Weekend: Coinbase at $100 billion? Extra on that to come back. Toast goes public! Most likely! Wait Toast the corporate that laid off employees final yr? Yep that Toast! It’s not toast! And new guidelines on on-line lending in China.
- This Morning: Oscar Well being put collectively an IPO value vary that’s fascinating, and Apex Clearing goes public through a SPAC.
- Funding Rounds: Gophr raises cash! Ageras Group raises cash! Promise raises cash! It was exhausting to select simply three, however every of these rounds has one thing notable about it. Take pleasure in!
- Deeper Dive/Riff: If the general public markets will float even essentially the most leaden of startup through a SPAC-balloon, any late-stage startup that doesn’t take the trip out of the personal markets should both be good or too heavy to elevate. And if it’s the second, we will write it off? Possibly?
And, lastly, that is exactly what I feel like this Monday morning. Chat quickly and keep protected!
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