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Spiralcat Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is Spiralcat's latest funding round?
Spiralcat's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Spiralcat raise?
Spiralcat raised a total of $80K.
Who are the investors of Spiralcat?
Investors of Spiralcat include The Maryland Technology Development Corporation.
Who are Spiralcat's competitors?
Competitors of Spiralcat include Lynntech, Evolutionary Genomics, Sapphire Energy, Virent, EnerTech Environmental and 12 more.
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