The CEO of RapidAPI, which just raised $25 million in funding, says its developer tool is seeing a faster rate of signups during the coronavirus crisis

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Developer startup RapidAPI announced a $25 million funding round on Thursday led by Andreessen Horowitz, DNS Capital, Green Bay Ventures, M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Fund), and Grove.  The company has seen a faster rate of signups during the coronavirus pandemic because of more people working remotely, RapidAPI founder and CEO Iddo Gino told Business Insider.  The company will invest the new funding in its product and online marketplace, as it tries to work with larger companies. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The developer startup RapidAPI just closed a new round of funding amid the ongoing coronavirus

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