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    1. Here are Denver's top 10 venture capital deals for Q3

      Here are Denver's top 10 venture capital deals for Q3

      In the first three quarters of this year, Colorado companies have seen more than $1.29 billion in venture capital funding, according to a quarterly report from PitchBook Data. That’s the second largest amount for a single year in the last five years. In 2015, Colorado companies saw more than $1.36 billion in venture capital funding. 

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    2. Exclusive: Fintech company moving headquarters from Seattle to Denver

      Exclusive: Fintech company moving headquarters from Seattle to Denver

      AngelMD, a fintech platform for medical startups, is moving its headquarters to Denver from Seattle, AngelMD Director of Marketing Brad McCarty told Denver Business Journal in an email Tuesday. “Though we're a distributed company, the majority of the staff will now be in Denver,” McCarty said. “We're building out in the Catalyst HTI building on Brighton Blvd.”

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    3. Western Union scores patents for augmented reality money transfer, alternative currency exchange

      Western Union scores patents for augmented reality money transfer, alternative currency exchange

      Denver-based Western Union was awarded two patents on Tuesday for new technologies related to money transfers. The first patent is for augmented reality money transfers and the second patent is for alternative value exchange systems and methods. The patent application for the augmented reality money transfer system was originally filed on June 29, 2010.

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    4. Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto, a company that offers cloud-based payroll and HR resources for small businesses, is planning to hire as many as 100 employees in Denver by the end of the year. “For context, we currently have more than half of our employees in Denver,” Gusto spokesperson Rick Chen said in an email. “Our Denver office is growing faster than San Francisco, and to support that growth, we are also expanding our office space downtown.”

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    5. Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis talks up Colorado blockchain opportunities at Boulder conference

      Jared Polis spoke at the first-ever DISCON blockchain conference in Boulder on Saturday. Polis officially appeared at the event in his capacity as a congressman, not as the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, so he focused his remarks on his efforts as a congressman to fairly regulate  blockchain.

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    6. Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Radar Relay, a blockchain-based wallet-to-wallet cryptocurrency trading platform, has secured $10 million in Series A funding, it announced Wednesday. The Colorado-based company is on something of a roll. In May, Radar Relay became the first blockchain-based and cryptocurrency-related company to receive funding from the state of Colorado through the Advanced Industry Accelerator Program.

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    7. Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Judge rules health-care cryptocurrency is Colorado securities offering, cease and desist order issued

      Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has issued a cease and desist order against the Florida-based cryptocurrency firm Linda Healthcare Corporation and its founder Arturo Devesa, a Colorado Division of Securities release said Monday. The order came after Colorado Administrative Law Judge Matthew Norwood ruled on July 6 that Linda Healthcare Corporation’s initial coin offering, commonly referred to as an ICO, constituted a securities offering.

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