Tribe Capital

Tribe Capital

Tribe Capital is a private American venture capital firm that invests in seed-stage and early-stage technology companies globally. They specialize in applying data science to all aspects of venture capital.

Tribe Capital is a private American venture capital firm headquartered in Menlo Park, California that invests in seed-stage and early-stage technology companies globally.

History

Tribe Capital was founded in 2018 by three former Social Capital partners, Arjun Sethi, Jonathan Hsu, and Ted Maidenberg. In 2018, the firm co-led a $22.7 million round of funding for SFOX, a cryptocurrency trading platform, alongside former peers at Social Capital. Later the same year, the firm reportedly raised its first fund with $200 million in committed capital. Some of the firm's investments include Carta, Cover, SFOX, and Applied Intuition.

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Meagan Simpson
March 12, 2020
BetaKit
Three Canadian startups have announced funding rounds. Here's the latest on who raised how much, from whom, and what they'll be putting the new funds toward.
October 1, 2019
news.yahoo.com
Four years after it was founded in Seattle, Relativity Space has landed its biggest infusion of capital to date -- and says the $140 million investment will fully fund its drive to launch the world's first all-3D-printed rocket into orbit and enter commercial service in 2021. The company, now based