Finsphere

Finsphere

United States
Finsphere was founded in 2007 on the simple, yet powerful vision that a mobile phone can be used as a proxy for an individual’s identity,--Mobile as Identity. A leader in mobile authentication services, Finsphere utilizes sophisticated analytic platforms and applications, protected by the U.S. and international patents, for non-intrusive, privacy-enhancing services to authenticate credit and debit card transactions in real-time.
Founded date
01/01/2007
# of employees
11-50
Company type
For Profit

General & financials

Estimated revenue
$1M to $10M
# of funders
4
Founders
Chuck Dennis, Kirsten Morbeck, Mike Buhrmann, Steve Anderson
Industry group
Data and Analytics, Information Technology, Mobile, Privacy and Security

Founding

Top 5 investors
Shasta Ventures, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Bezos Expeditions, Vodafone Ventures, Frazier Technology Ventures
# of funding runds
5
Last founding
$997.011
Total funded
$34.017.011

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