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About Karma

Karma is a mobile provider that helps people get a connection on the road with pay-as-they-go 4G mobile hotspots. By logging in with Facebook, users can share connections and earn free gigs of data.

Headquarters Location

176 Grand Street 2nd Floor

New York, New York, 10013,

United States


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Karma Patents

Karma has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Armoured personnel carriers
  • Automotive technologies
  • Electric power conversion
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Furniture, Structural engineering, Actuators, Magnetic ordering, Electromagnetism


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Furniture, Structural engineering, Actuators, Magnetic ordering, Electromagnetism



Latest Karma News

Karma strikes cruel soldier who threatens to beat camel as animal beats him to it

Sep 8, 2015

Karma strikes cruel soldier who threatens to beat camel as animal beats him to it 15:36, 8 September 2015 ByKara O'Neill The grumpy animal wasn't in the mood for fun and games and made sure the soldier was well aware of that fact Share Get daily news by email Invalid e-mail Watch Next If this video is anything to go by, this camel understands English perfectly. In the footage, an American soldier and his comrades are heard discussing the animal while on duty in Afghanistan. Members of the troop dare the soldier, apparently named Frank, to creep up to the animal and touch it. At first, he refuses, saying: "Touch him? He's going to butt me! " He then cruelly adds: "I just want to smack him in the a**. " But it seems that either karma works for camels or the animal understood what the soldier had said - because just as he approaches it, he gets a hefty kick in the back. Approach: The soldier attempts to get near to the camel Running as fast as he can away from the creature, the solider clutches his side in pain while his pals are heard laughing hysterically in the background. Through their laughter, the soldier yells: "Ow, my back! Is there a f****** big mark? " Karma: The camel aims a swift kick at the soldier's back He adds: "I didn't think it was going to kick. " Earlier this week, a rogue elephant terrified a group of tourists after it crashed a safari dinner party and headbutted two guests. The visitors to the park in Zimbabwe were forced to dive for cover after the grumpy animal decided to attack. Poll loading …

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Karma Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Karma founded?

    Karma was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Karma's headquarters?

    Karma's headquarters is located at 176 Grand Street, New York.

  • What is Karma's latest funding round?

    Karma's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Karma raise?

    Karma raised a total of $7.53M.

  • Who are the investors of Karma?

    Investors of Karma include BOLDstart Ventures, Eclipse Ventures, BoxGroup, Vitulum Ventures, VTF Capital and 14 more.

  • Who are Karma's competitors?

    Competitors of Karma include GiftRocket.

Compare Karma to Competitors

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GiftRocket allows user to give an online gift card to any business. It aims to combine the concept of virtual gift cards with location-based services. GiftRocket lets you send money to someone else but the transaction is made only when the recipient checks in to a certain location.GiftRocket was founded by Nicolas Baum, Jonathan Pines and Kapil Kale in 2010 and was part of Y Combinator's summer 2011 class.

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Cardpool offers a platform on which users can buy, sell, and trade unused gift cards.

Karma Science

Karma Science, dba Karma, develops a platform for products and services to be gifted from person-to-person via mobile devices in real-time. The company aims to give users the option to give friends gifts on the go via iOS and Android apps. The service combines intelligence, social discovery, and the ease of gift giving in an app.In May 2012, Karma Science was acquired by Facebook. The valuation of Karma Science was undisclosed by either companies but media reports suggest the valuation / acquisition price came in at more than $80 million. Other terms of the deal were not released.

Treat Technologies

Treat Technologies develops Treatful, which offers an easy and convenient way to treat friends & family with personalized, online gift certificates to favorite local restaurants.

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