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A (paid) database of 1000+ frontier tech startups

TLDR: 100 $ 50 $ for lifetime access to a database of 1000+ companies, from PreSeed to IPO, inventing the future. You'll also have access to quarterly updates on the status of the startups and the addition of new companies in the future.

This post has been long pending. I thought it'd take me 3 weeks to catalogue startups working on cutting-edge technologies. But it took me 6 weeks.

Why am I doing this?

The mission of Infiniti Ventures has always been and will always be to track the advances in cutting-edge startups building the future. With so many innovations happening simultaneously and so little coverage from conventional media, the onus is upon tech entrepreneurs and enthusiasts like us to educate ourselves about the future we are heading towards.

I intend to focus full-time on Infiniti Ventures sooner than later and all proceeds raised from the sales of the database of startups will be used as a seed investment to build an open-source and decentralized platform to track progress driven by cutting-edge technologies.

Note: The terms deeptech, frontier tech and hard tech are usually used interchangeably.  Although I generally prefer deeptech, I'm sticking with Frontier Tech for this post to include companies in non-deeptech fields including Biotech, Blockchain, Psychedelics and a few others.

What does this database contain?

1000+ companies working on cutting-edge technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Synthetic Biology, Robotics, CRISPR, Blockchain, Quantum Computing, Photonics, Nuclear Fusion, Reusable Rockets etc.

I've built a database of 1000+ frontier tech startups, from seed to IPO, innovating the future. The startups are categorized into sectors, technologies, funding raised, funding stage and location.

Startups are classified into 10 sectors:

You also have the option to buy individual bases.

1. Energy and Environment(12$): 100+ startups working on clean energy, battery storage solutions, carbon capture and climate intelligence

2. Biotech(22$): 200+ startups working on digital health, therapeutics, mRNA technology, gene-editing, life sciences, gene therapy, drug discovery

3. Longevity(5$): 50+ startups working on senescent therapeutics, stem cell therapy, blood transfusion

4. Computation and Communication(10$): 100+ startups working on AI semiconductor chips, photonics, quantum computing

5. Robotics and Human-Machine Interaction(5$): 50+ working on General Purpose Robots, Brain-Machine Interface, Bionics

6. Web 3.0(10$): 100+ projects working on Layer 1 protocols, Layer 0 protocols, DAOs, Blockchain interoperability, end-to-end encryption

7. Synthetic Biology(11$): 100+ startups working on animal cell agriculture, plant cell agriculture, microbial engineering, enzyme engineering

8. Transportation(11$): 100+ startups working on supersonic flights, autonomous electric cars, flying cars

9. Space(12$): 100+ startups working on reusable rockets, satellite constellations, space factories, Earth Observation

10. New Materials, Construction and Manufacturing(5$): 50+ startups working on Modular construction, 3D printing, metamaterials, atomically precise manufacturing, Materials discovery.

What will you get?
A database of startups across each sector. The status of the startups will be updated every quarter and you'll have lifetime access to the database with more companies being added in the future.

Since the database is also categorized into different technologies and sectors, you'll gain a top-level picture of the different approaches taken by competitors.

You can find a sample below:

I've tried to avoid memestocks like META and memecoins like Dogecoin.

Note: Stocks, Tokens mentioned in the database are not to be considered as investment advice.

For those who're purchasing the entire database, there is a 50% discount. 100 $ 50$ for lifetime access. In other words, you pay only ~1$ per week over the first year to gain lifetime access.

If you'd like to support my work, your purchase of the database(s) will play a huge role in helping me build an open-source platform to track technological progress.

I'd like to thank Jason Crawford for sharing my post on Infinite Progress, Dawid Cedrych, Andrew Kirima and others for sharing my posts in general, and all those who send me personal messages appreciating my work.

Let's build an exciting future and accelerate progress.

Link to the database: https://infinitiventures.gumroad.com/l/Infiniti

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