NEW YORK, NY — Thing Daemon, Inc reported today in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission it had raised $26.4M in new funding. Companies file this special form with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the majority of cases when closing new funding.
Thing Daemon, Inc did not disclose revenue figures according to the SEC Filing detailing the transaction. The type of investment being offered was listed as equity (opposed to debt, warrants, or other types of investment options). Thing Daemon, Inc noted they began raising the money on October 4, 2012. As of today, the entire $26.4M offering has been sold to private investors, no remaining investment is being sought at this time.
Digging into Thing Daemon, Inc's fundraising history, Thing Daemon, Inc has filed 2 fundraising documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Their last filing with the SEC on November 7, 2011 noted $10M in new investment. Previous to this filing, Thing Daemon, Inc had a $6M fund raise on May 10, 2010.
Individuals listed in this offering by Thing Daemon, Inc include: Joseph Einhorn of New York, Ny ; Jack Einhorn of New York, Ny ; LeRoy Kim of New York, Ny ; James Pallotta of New York, Ny ; Chris Hughes of New York, Ny ; Jack Dorsey of New York, Ny ; Francois-Henri Pinault of New York, Ny ; Edward Gilligan of New York, Ny
The SEC Filing can be viewed in its entirety by clicking here: Thing Daemon, Inc Form D SEC Filing.