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Supabase Raises $30 million Series A Funding: Report

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  • Supabase is a collection of tools that helps developers build projects more quickly by automatically handling a whole lot of the behind-the-scenes work and wiring
  • It had raised a $6 million round in December 2020

As per a report by Techcrunch, Supabase, the backend-as-a-service startup has announced that it has raised a $30 million Series A. It added that Supabase is a collection of tools that helps developers build projects more quickly by automatically handling a whole lot of the behind-the-scenes work and wiring.

It added that while creating a project, Supabase will give a Postgres database; an API for interacting with said database that automatically evolves as one’s database changes. It will also give a user authentication system that plays friendly with the popular login providers, a storage system for handling things like image and video uploads and a UI for overseeing and managing all of this.

The report added that it had raised a $6 million round in December 2020. The report added that this round was funded predominantly by Coatue, with some of it reserved for a few new key angel investors, including GitHub co-founder Tom Preston-Werner, PagerDuty co-founder Alex Solomon and Docker co-founder Solomon Hykes.

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