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Superpeer raises $2 million in Seed-funding Round

Superpeer, a three-month-old startup, announced that it has raised a $2 million in its seed funding round.

Superpeer is a platform, where users can book a one-on-one video call with the world’s best experts, influencers, and professionals. Superpeer was started to easily access expert knowledge which is often hidden behind sales pitches, university walls, and corporate offices.

Superpeer reported that it has raised a total of $2 million in pre-seed funding led by Eniac Ventures, a firm that leads seed rounds in bold founders who use code to create transformational companies.

The platform is designed to help everyone to be able to learn, get a second opinion, or specialized insights from different industries, and create. The video call lets a user learn more and ask questions to influencers.

Initially, Superpeer is created for influencers who want to connect with their followers. Of course, there are limitations and rules on how to become a Superpeer. To become a Superpeer, one should be in the right age (21 y.o or if you live in the U.S., at least 18 y.o). The platform also recommends that you should have at least 20,000 followers and also, one should have a bank account in one of the 29 countries where the platform is currently operating.

Superpeer takes care of scheduling and payments, protecting your privacy so that you don’t have to worry about any it. Superpeer member just has to set up their profile and start connecting with their followers.

As for the user, if they think that the call has violated the platform’s Terms of services, and would like a refund, they can initiate a dispute within 48 hours after the call. The platform will then review the recorded call.

The round also sees the participation of angel investors including Steven Schlafman, Ankur Nagpal, Julia Lipton, Patrick Finnegan, Justin De Guzman, Chris Lu, Paul Yacoubian and Cheryl Sew Hoy.