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Backdoor's 14-year Old Founder Gets $200,000 For Social Messaging App

Los Angeles-based Backdoor, a startup founded by 14-year old Daniel Singer, announced this morning that it has raised $200,000 towards further development of its anonymous messaging app. The company said the funding came from ArpexCapital, and will help it launch into new markets. ArpexCapital is a Brazilian investment firm. Backdoor's software currently runs on iOS, and revolves around anonymous chats with your friends, and trying to have them guess who is messaging them based on "clues" about their likes, dislikes, interests, and more. More information »


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