DHVC, also known as Danhua Capital, is a California based venture capital firm investing in early and growth-stage disruptive technology companies in the United States. Andrew Gu and Shoucheng Zhang founded the company in 2013. The firm focuses on blockchain, mobile Internet, fintech, big data, cloud computing, wearables, artificial intelligence, biotech, robotics, virtual reality, IoT devices, and enterprise and consumer technologies. As of 2020, the company has made 193 investments with 154 portfolio companies and 16 exits. Telegram and Wish are some of the notable companies in DHVC’s portfolio.
Viz.ai is a healthcare startup that uses artificial intelligence to identify early signs of stroke.
A technology company offering research and development services focused on cardiovascular disease.
Lucira Health is a company developing and producing health diagnostic hardware that transforms a smartphone into a portable and real-time health-monitoring device for rapid, accessible, multiplexed analysis of bodily fluids.
Cohesity is a company providing hyperconverged secondary storage solutions.
POINTS is the first truly scalable blockchain data collaboration protocol
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