Investing Profile

Christian Edler(184)

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Venture Partner at BITKRAFT Ventures

christianedler.comBerlin, Germany
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7 Investors

Connected to Arjun Arora (Expa), Tim Chang (Mayfield), Paige Craig (Outlander Labs), and 4 other investors on Signal.

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BITKRAFT Ventures Venture Partner
$2.0M - $5.0M
$3.5M
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CompanyStageDateRound SizeTotal Raised
GameClub
Seed RoundMay 2019$2.5M
$2.5M
Co-investors: Matthew Lee (Progression Fund), Jon Goldman (Greycroft), Paul Heydon
Fnatic
Series AApr 2019$19M
$21.1M
Co-investors: LVL1 Group (LVL1 Group), Suriyaa Sundararuban, Joi Ito
AppOnboard
Series BDec 2018$15M
$34M
Co-investors: Scott Rupp (BITKRAFT Ventures), Ramtin Naimi (Abstract Ventures), Bryan Rosenblatt (Craft Ventures), Edith Yeung (500 Global), Binh Tran (500 Global), Paul Heydon
Mission Barns
Seed RoundNov 2018$3.5M
$7.000001M
Co-investors: Kunal Sethi (Prithvi Ventures), Ian Rountree (Cantos Ventures), Dylan Reid (Zetta Venture Partners), Wes Selke (Better Ventures), Eric Brook (Big Rock Partners), Avi Rosenbaum (Tectonic Capital)
Boom Fantasy
Seed RoundMay 2017$2M
$2M
Co-investors: Alon Hillel-Tuch (Stacked Capital), Zafar Mirzaliev (Stacked Capital)
DOJO Madness
Seed RoundJun 2015$2.3M
$12.8M
Co-investors: Nenad Marovac (DN Capital), Gordon Rubenstein (Raine Ventures), Paul Heydon
Adore Me
Angel RoundJan 2012
$3M
Co-investors: Cyril Ebersweiler (SOSV), Fabrice Grinda (FJ Labs)
In general, I invest in all phases and stages of a company’s life cycle, but with focus on non-listed Seed/Start-up investments. I invest in early stage rounds primarily in the US. In order to complement and diversify my portfolio, which has a bias towards Europe, I invest in Hedge Funds and Venture Capital Funds globally – with a focus on funds investing in the US and China/Asia.
Not interested in leading a round.
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