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    1. The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for August 2018

      The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for August 2018

      Startups across the state raised $90.2 million in the month of August. That compares to $155 million in funding in August 2017 and $70 million in August 2016. Denver startups accounted for the majority of funding, bringing in $53 million, according to a tally of Form Ds filed through the SEC. Boulder startups raised $13.3 million, while young companies throughout the rest of the state raised $22 million.

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    2. 50% of Airbnb landlords ignore Denver rules & taxes in booming $100M industry

      50% of Airbnb landlords ignore Denver rules & taxes in booming $100M industry

      More than a year and a half after the City of Denver first tried to crack down on short-term rentals, the nascent industry — buoyed by thousands of hosts — has consistently stayed one step ahead of its regulators. A review of city records, combined with data provided by Denver-based analytics firm AirDNA, exposes systematic problems across the city’s efforts to control a market that now brings in more than $100 million a year.

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    3. Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Shared office space is no longer doing the trick for one Denver data startup. AirDNA, which sells data on the short term rental market, is checking out of its Platte St. Galvanize office of two years. In August the startup will move into a LoDo office four times the size at 1523 15th St. as it prepares to nearly double its Denver staff in the next six months.

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    4. Staffing tech company takes a 40,000-square-foot space

      Staffing tech company takes a 40,000-square-foot space

      After swimming under the radar in Cherry Creek for five years, a Denver software company is making waves and moving into a downtown building with signage. TalentReef, which helps restaurants, hotels and other service industries recruit and train employees, is moving to 40,000 square feet downtown at 950 17th St. The company also plans to double its Denver workforce to 400 employees in three years.

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    5. Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      After less than a year in business, blockchain tech company Salt Lending is expanding in Denver.

      Salt, which provides cash loans for its members using cryptocurrency or other blockchain assets as collateral, started with six employees when it launched last June.

      Now, the startup employs 70 people, and is moving into a new 25,000-square-foot office this month. And the hiring isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

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