Today in Germany: Digitalkasten, Bonaverde

Kreditech founder invests in Digitalkasten

Sebastian Diemer, the founder of Kreditech and bezahlt.de, invested in Digitalkasten, a service that digitalizes paper mail. However, the size of the investment is unknown. Despite similar existing services, Digitalkasten's team of five is adding an extra service that lets users pay bills via the app. A closed beta version of the app launches this week. The startup will charge between 20 and 30 euros.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Bonaverde raises 2 million euros

The Berlin-based hardware startup Bonaverde reported raising 2 million euros with the help of prominent German investors, like Jens Odewald, Christian Potthoff-Sewing and former StudiVZ CEO Michael Brehm. Bonaverde, founded in 2013, is working on an all-in-one coffee machine, that can roast, grind and brew. The startup previously held crowdfunding rounds on Indiegogo, Kickstarter and Seedmatch, collecting around 2 million USD from roughly 3,700 supporters.
[Gründerszene] (German)

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