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We're the world’s largest startup community. We help startups change the world

At AngelList, we fundamentally believe in startups. We’re building the definitive platform for startups — where they raise money (angel.co), build team (alist.co & angel.co/talent), and launch their products (producthunt.com).
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Latest Stories and News

AngelList pioneers rolling VC funds in pivot to SaaS

  • TechCrunch
  • 1 month ago

When AngelList first launched rolling funds, an investment vehicle that raises money through a quarterly subscription from interested investors, the company looked at it as a bet.

But early interest from emerging fund managers indicates that rolling funds might be more of the future of the company.

Rolling funds were created as a potential path for emerging venture capitalists to start and close their first funds in a faster fashion. Fund managers raise new capital commitments on a quarterly basis and invest as they go, ergo “rolling” investment vehicles. Investors come on for a minimum one-year commitment, then invest at a quarterly cadence. The flexibility could allow LPs to bet on new fund managers, and new fund managers to bet on more diverse LPs.

AngelList pioneers rolling VC funds in pivot to SaaS

AngelList's 'Carta for India' free product helps startups manage cap table and employee grants

  • TechCrunch
  • 4 months ago
  • AngelLis branched out to a new category in India to further serve the ecosystem.
  • The startup platform said its new product, called EquityList, allows founders to easily manage their cap table, which as the name suggests, is a table that documents a firm’s percentages of ownership, value of equity in each round, and equity dilution.
  • AngelList’s new offering pits it against the talk-of-the-town Carta’s core service — though by limiting EquityList to India, AngelList is tapping a booming market that the Palo Alto-based startup is yet to explore.
  • During its pre-beta days, 20 startups ranging from pre-Seed to Series B used EquityList and the early reception was overwhelming, said AngelList, adding that startups using EquityList don’t share any data with the platform.
AngelList's 'Carta for India' free product helps startups manage cap table and employee grants
Valuation

$150M

Funded over

1 round

Latest round

Series B (Sep 2013)

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