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January 27, 2023
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TreeCard raises $1m from Ecosia ahead of 2021 launch

TreeCard, a new fintech start-up, has raised $1 million in seed funding from tree planting search engine Ecosia. The start-up was founded by 23-year-old CEO, Jamie Cox. He previously exited a Y Combinator start-up called Cashew. TreeCard aims to launch next year, and is made of sustainable cherry tree wood. TreeCard aims to launch next year and is made of sustainable cherry tree wood. The debit card will be made in partnership with Mastercard. Ecosia, the search engine, has planted more than 110 million trees. Ecosia notes on its website that TreeCard’s free debit card will use 80% of its…
TreeCard raises m from Ecosia ahead of 2021 launch

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