Fintech startup Hubble raised $3.4 million in seed round led by Sequoia Capital


Fintech startup Hubble raised $3.4 million in seed round led by Sequoia Capital where angel investors– Snapdeal’s Kunal Bahl and Endiya Partners’ Sateesh Andra, among others also participated.


Customers can begin their rewarding savings journey with Hubble by subscribing to saving plans for as little as INR 500 per month. According to a press release, the funds will be used to build a decentralised savings infrastructure to power its consumer-facing apps, onboard leading Indian and global brands on its platform, and hire top-tier talent. When compared to traditional saving services such as bank FDs and mutual funds, the startup claims to help consumers earn 5X higher returns.

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