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Abhira yadhuvanshi @abhira
17 September, 06:07
Abhira yadhuvanshi @abhira
17 September, 06:23
When Jay-Z was a kid, men in his neighborhood used to refer to him as “jazzy.” He thought the term was accurate, but a little outdated, so he kept the J and the Z and ditched the rest. The new name was also a nod to his mentor Jaz-o and the two subway lines, the J and the Z, that serviced his neighborhood.
asd asd @theblacksurf
17 September, 09:43
Hello World
testmeowmeow @testmeowmeow
15 September, 04:51
colibri App Why is the story feature not yet available? @mansur_TL
Juanes Delatoi @juanesdoa
04 September, 12:57
Recently hired by the UFC, Gabriel Miranda climbed into the most famous octagon in the world this Saturday (3), in Paris (FRA), to face Frenchman Benoit Saint-Denis and seek a debut with the right foot in the organization. But, despite the promising start, the Brazilian, known as 'Fly', ended up defeated by the European fighter, by technical knockout, in the second round of the dispute, to the delight of the local crowd.
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29 August, 10:04
Exander Befast @WitKowski
11 August, 01:24
In response Sule wali to his Publication
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Denis Lola @skylord
10 August, 08:11
*THE STARTUP GENUSES*

So-called “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance,” or DMARC, is a technical standard that is designed to protect the senders and recipients of email from spam, spoofing and phishing. Before you fall asleep, it’s worth pointing out that this is a booming tech sector.

What the fast-growing DMARC protocol is doing now is what “https” did for the web: making email more communication secure. There were 6 million domains using DMARC in 2021 and 10 million in 2022. It’s growing, fast.

Companies in the space include Valimai (raised $84 million) and RedSift (raised $64.8 million), among others.

And they are tackling a big problem. According to Statista, 333 billion emails are sent every day. And email remains an enormously powerful brand communication platform. But 84% of emails are spam (July 2021). Meanwhile, a vast number of cyberattacks are carried out through simple phishing emails. And yet email remains one of the few non-proprietary methods of communication online, given so much of our interactions are now effectively owned by platforms like Facebook and Google.

Back in 2016, Gerasim Hovhanisyan says he was working as an information security consultant, when he was asked to look into the aftermath of a severe email phishing attack on a multibillion dollar company.

He looked into the latest email security technologies but decided that there were a variety of solutions but none which packed the DMARC protocol into something relatively easy for businesses to use. So together with co-founder Avag Arakelyan, in 2018 they launched their startup to tackle this problem.

The resulting EasyDMARC is a B2B SaaS solution that claims to make email authentication simple for SMEs by securing domain and email infrastructure, protecting from phishing and increasing email deliverability. It does this by making sure there are security protocols for a business that stop hackers from sending phishing emails on their behalf, among others things.

The startup now says it has 30,000 clients from 130 countries and has analysed a staggering 9 billions emails.

Now, after a period of bootstrapping, EasyDMARC has raised a seed round, of $2.3 million in a round led by Acrobator Ventures (lead investor, Joachim Laqueur), Formula VC and an unnamed US-based public security company.

The deal marks a significant moment in the Armenian tech startup ecosystem, since both Hovhannisyan and Arakelyan are alumni employers of Picsart, the country’s main unicorn at this time.

#startup
#tweet👍😊
Exander Befast @WitKowski
10 August, 11:07
Women’s social network Peanut launches microfund StartHER to invest in pre-seed stage startups
Sarah Perezsarahintampa / 8:31 PM UTC+1•June 30, 2021
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Image Credits: Peanut

Peanut, the maker of a social networking app for women, is entering into the investing space with today’s launch of a microfund called StartHER. As the name implies, the new fund will focus on investing in women, as well as other historically excluded founders “of all ages, life stages, ethnicities and sexual orientations,” the company says. In particular, StartHER aims to tackle the difficulties specific groups have in raising their first capital — something typically referred to as the “friends and family round.”
talhakayayasin @talhakayayasin
10 August, 11:49
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THAMER AZEEZ @Thamerazeez
11 August, 12:29
THAMER AZEEZ @Thamerazeez
11 August, 12:42
لابد يوم سينتهي الألم و تبدأ الحياة تزدهر و سنرى النور بعد زوال الظلام و بزوغ فجر الظهور
Sule wali @waliiiii
11 August, 12:58
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