first_imgThe AlleyWatch NYC Startup Daily Funding Report: 5/31/18 by AlleyWatch 251SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin FitSafe,the risk management platform for fitness and sports exposure founded by Jeff Halevy in 2016, has raised $250K in funding from SterlingRisk. Hello Alfred, the in home concierge service, has raised $40M in Series B funding from investors that include New Enterprise Associates, Spark Capital, Invesco, Moderne Ventures, Solon Mack Capital, and DivcoWest. Founded in 2014 by Jessica Beck and Marcela Sapone, Helle Alfred has now raised a total of $52.5M in funding over four funding rounds. Paxos, the fintech company bringing blockchain solutions to financial institutions that was founded by Charles Cascarilla and Richmond Teo in 2013, has raised $65M in Series B funding. Paxos has now raised a total of $93.3M in funding over three funding rounds and this round includes investment from RRE Ventures and Liberty City Ventures. Hello Alfred $40M – Series B Here are the latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 5/31/18. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST R3 $5M Trilogy Education Services $50M – Series Bcenter_img FitSafe $250K R3, the company building a new operating system for the financials services industry built on the blockchain, has raised $5M in funding led by CLS. Founded by David Rutte and Todd McDonald 2014, R3 has raised a total of $112M in funding over four funding rounds. Tagged With:  Marcela Sapone,  Richmond Teo,  Todd McDonald, Charles Cascarilla, CLS, Dan Sommer, David Rutter, DivcoWest, Exceed Capital Partners, FitSafe, hello alfred, Highland Capital Partners, Invesco, Jeff Halevy, Jessica Beck, Liberty City Ventures, Macquarie Group, Moderne Ventures, neMedioIO, New Enterprise Associates, Paxos, R3, RRE Ventures, Sabrina Varnelli, Solon Mack Capital, Spark Capital, SterlingRisk, Trilogy Education Services Trilogy Education Services, the while label digital skills training programs for universities founded by Dan Sommer in 2015, has raised $50M in Series B funding from investors that include Highland Capital Partners, Macquarie Group, and Exceed Capital Partners. In total, Trilogy Education Services has now raised $80M. neMedIO $1M According to a recent SEC filing, mneMedIO, the platform to get medical devices to market faster, has raised $1M in funding. The filing lists Sabrina Varnelli as CEO and indicates there were 8 parties that invested in the offering. Paxos $65M – Series Blast_img read more