Sardine raises $51.5M led by a16z to sniff out fishy fintech transactions
By Editor - Tue Sep 20, 6:08 am
As fintechs become more efficient, so too do fraudsters. “Faster instant payments mean faster fraud,” Sardine CEO and co-founder Soups Ranjan told TechCrunch. That’s the thesis behind his startup, which uses behavioral, financial and device-specific user data to detect fraud on behalf of its clients in the crypto and fintech industries. Those conditions also mean a faster fundraising process for Sardine, evidently.
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