All Stories

BlockChalk Lands $1 Million for Neighborhood Social Network
/ May 28, 2010 10:28 am

San Jose, Calif. – BlockChalk, the provider of a neighborhood-based social networking service, has raised seed financing from a group of investors that includes Battery Ventures, Mitch Kapor, Harrison Metal, Founder Collective, Joshua Schachter, Josh Stylman, Tom McInerney and David Liu.

While the company did not disclose the amount raised in a blog post announcing the round, pegs the amount at $1 million.

San Jose, Calif.-based BlockChalk, whose service is available for iPhone, Palm and Android handsets, said it will use the funds to accelerate development of its service.


Related Links:

Comments are closed

Get Adobe Flash player