A bunch of money changed hands in Silicon Valley this week. Here’s what happened:
- Instacart, the delivery grocery startup, confirmed its $220 funding round and $2 billion valuation this week, which was previously reported by Re/code.
- India’s restaurant search service Zomato bought its American rival Urbanspoon for $50 million, and said it is in talks to raise another $100 million in new funding.
- Classpass, a company gets customers unlimited fitness classes in studios across the country, raised $40 million in a Series B funding round led by General Catalyst and Thrive Capital. The company raised $12 million in a Series A three months ago. (TechCrunch)
- Whistle Sports, a web video network that focuses on non-mainstream sports content, raised $28 million in a new funding round. The company previously raised $8 million from a group of investors including former Yankee legend Derek Jeter and iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman.
- Boxed, a bulk shopping app that aims to bring the experience of stores like Costco to mobile devices, raised $25 million in a Series B funding round led by GGV Capital and Digital Sky Technologies. The New York-based startup has now raised $33 million in total to date. (Fortune)
- The makers of magical nutrient sludge Soylent raised $20 million in Series A funding from Andreessen Horowitz and other investors.
- Rounds, a Tel Aviv-based video chat startup, raised $12 million in a round led by Sequoia Capital, with participation from Samsung Ventures and existing backers Verizon Ventures and Rhodium. Rounds has raised more than $22 million since its launch in 2009.
- Digg founder and Google Ventures partner Kevin Rose is stepping back from investing, as he has raised $5 million to launch his new app incubator — North Technologies.
- The web TV startup NimbleTV was acquired by the Buffalo-based Synacor as part of an “acqui-hire” deal to bring on NimbleTV’s 13 employees. NimbleTV had previously raised at least $6 million from investors.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.