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EyeVerify Earns $2.3 Million in Series A Funding

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The latest investment in the biometric-identity innovator brings the company’s total funding to $3.7 million. Participating in this latest round were Think Big Partners, Mid-American Angels, Nebraska Angels, and other individual, angel investors.

EyeVerify plans to use the additional funding to add sales and marketing talent, as well as invest in research and development. Founded in January 2012, the company is based in Kansas City, Kansas, and has eleven employees.

The technology uses the unique vein patterns in the whites of the eyes to create an “eye print” with fingerprint-level accuracy, according to the company. Eyeprints can be taken with a smartphone camera rather than requiring specialized hardware.
EyeVerify demoed their Eyeprint technology as part of the show at FinovateSpring in San Francisco this month. You can read our live coverage of their presentation here.