Flat

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Flat is flipping the way homes are sold in Mexico. With a deep layer of technology and data, Flat simplifies the painful process of buying or selling a home. With Flat, sellers are able to sell their homes for a fair price in a matter of days, and move-in to a new apartment effortlessly. For buyers, Flat guarantees the conditions of the property, a fair purchase price, and a seamless buying experience. We are driven by the challenge of disrupting a large industry that hasn’t seen much innovation in the past recent years.

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Proptech Flat.mx accepted into Y Combinator, raises US$25 million in financing

6 days ago

Contxto – Any startup that works with the real estate process of iBuying will burn through money quickly. As a result, they’re highly reliant on equity capital or financing to get their projects off the ground.  To that end, proptech Flat.mx recently raised US$25 million in debt financing through Arc Labs. The money will serve […]

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Government’s payment platform CoDi has yet to take off in Mexico

1 month ago

Contxto – Even the best-intentioned public policy can fall a little flat. Case and point is Mexico’s mobile payment platform, CoDi. The government launched this system in September of last year and an initial survey showed many users didn’t even know what CoDi was. I’m sure you know, but just in case: It is the […]

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11 startups in Uruguay to keep an eye on in 2020

1 month ago

Contxto – We know d-Local and PedidosYa are some of the most funded startups in Uruguay, but they’re not the only companies with real value in the country.  I feel like Uruguayan startups are like hidden creatures, but once you spot them, you start discovering more and more. Therefore, I searched far and wide, meditated […]

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Cryptobuyer and Mega Soft partnership to push cryptocurrency adoption in Venezuela

2 months ago

Contxto – Cryptobuyer may be based in Panama, but its presence is ever-growing in Venezuela. Last Friday (8) the cryptocurrency startup announced a strategic partnership with Mega Soft, a Venezuelan company that develops payment processing solutions.  Through this collaboration, vendors that use Mega Soft’s “Merchant Server” platform can choose to accept payments in the form […]

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Food delivery platform couriers in Argentina aren’t happy, so they’re striking

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Valiu adds crypto-dollar value to remittances in Venezuela

3 months ago

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Mountain Nazca has left the building, sells stake in Kavak to SoftBank

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Contxto – Mexico-based venture capital (VC) firm, Mountain Nazca, announced its exit from used car marketplace, Kavak. Yesterday (28), the VC stated in a press release that its stake in the startup was bought by SoftBank. Moreover, sources report that General Atlantic also bought some of the Mexican VC’s shares. Back in 2016, Mountain Nazca […]

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Latin American startups versus Covid-19

4 months ago

Contxto – It’s official: as of last week we implemented home office at Contxto. Fortunately, we’ve worked from home every Thursday since we launched last year, so we already know how to operate seamlessly without having to be physically near each other. Not everyone will have the same luck though. For this reason, many Latin […]

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Latin American show-stealing startups in Y Combinator’s Winter Batch 2020

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Contxto – What’s the difference between a good company and a great company? Mountain View-based accelerator, Y Combinator knows what success looks like. At least, that’s what it seems like when looking at the more than 2,000 companies in its portfolio. I never cease to be amazed by the ventures I see day by day […]

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Fintech sees consumers as stupid—it needs to give them some credit

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