110,000+ pre-registered users.
Founder named 30 Under 30. Grew previous company to 100+ employees.
Centralized and less secure competitor Coinbase earned $1 billion last year.
On track for $3.5M in sales this year, up from $1.17M in 2017.
Grown 100+ percent each year since launch.
Raised $968K in pre-seed round.
$8.8M in lifetime sales since April 2016, including $1.6M in Q1 2018.
83% of our revenue is subscription-driven.
We've sold over 75,000 units of Qualia, a premium nootropic supplement that helps support mental performance and brain health.
Raised $1.29M from 727 investors on Wefunder in 2017.
Since then, DARPA awarded a Phase 2 $2.5M development contract in October 2017, a follow-on to our 2 DoD contracts, totaling $5.5M in non-dilutive funding.
New engine architecture could improve fuel efficiency by up to 2x over a gasoline engine while reducing size and weight by up to 10x over a diesel engine.
61% revenue growth from 2016 to 2017.
"Bourbon Distillery of the Year 2017" AlSC
"Whiskey Distillery Innovator of the Year 2016" BISC.
Funding-to-date, $3.6 million with our $700,000 in Regulation D, online equity.
$8.4 Million in Revenue Since Inception
3DaaS Software Platform
Acquired Software 3D Printing Companies: Sandboxr and 3DPlusMe
$2.9M in revenues in 2017.
Sold in 250+ Northern California stores.
51% profit margin for branded products.
Letters of intent exceed $150M in annual revenue.
Y Combinator 2017 alum. Other alumni include Dropbox, Stripe, and Airbnb.
Current in-space propulsion market is $9.2 billion.
Founding team has 3 successful NYC restaurants between them.
Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, currently the center of intense private and commercial residential development. Served by 19 public transit lines, it's been a bustling neighborhood since before Brooklyn was a borough.
The dining room is a unique, Gilded-Age jewel, sure to be a tourist destination in its own right. The third interior to be "landmarked" in NYC. To re-create it today would cost millions. "One of Brooklyn's most venerable and beautiful restaurants." —Ruth Reichl, NY Times
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