It Participated In Eaze’s Series B Financing Round Last Year .

I have reached out to Winklevoss Capital for a response, but have not heard back. San Francisco-based Eaze has several backers, including 500 Startups, Casa Verde Capital, DCM Ventures, FJ Labs, QueensBridge Venture Partners, Rose Capital and rapper Snoop Dogg . Winklevoss Capital Management LLC, based in N.Y.C., is also an investor. It participated in Eaze’s series B financing round last year . The startup grabbed headlines for its on-demand delivery service, which allows medical marijuana card holders to order products – including oils, edibles, flowers and more – through a mobile or online platform. A driver picks up the order Green Rush from a local dispensary and delivers it to the patient’s door within 20 minutes. The Winklevoss brothers have invested in several startups, including N.Y.C. online auction house Paddle8. They also ventured into bitcoin and digital currency via an ETF, or exchange-traded fund. Those plans, however, were denied by the U.S.

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