A tour operator earning a reported $20 million to $40 million will be the biggest player in the virtual currency world after the company that provides tours for the upcoming SXSW festival announced the results of its latest round of funding.
According to the investors’ presentation, Cintra will be one of the top six tour operators in the world, having raised $17.5 million.
The company, which is headquartered in the US and offers more than 30,000 tours a year, has already been backed by a variety of investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Founders Fund, and others.
The tour operator, which was founded by veteran operator Chris Clark, is focused on tours and attractions for kids and adults, as well as educational opportunities for parents and other groups.
Its first attraction is the San Antonio Convention Center, a six-block loop that features an indoor and outdoor movie theater and convention center, a restaurant, and a museum.
A recent video of a tour of the San Francisco Zoo and aquarium shows a tour guide talking to kids, talking about the animals, and showing them the exhibits.
The video was made possible by a grant from the Zoo Foundation.
“Cintra’s goal is to give people a more engaging, and engaging and educational experience,” said Clark.
“In this way, Cinqra aims to provide a unique and accessible way for people to connect with their community and experience things that make them feel safe and connected.”
Clark said he plans to add more interactive attractions and other events, including a new virtual reality experience, in the future.
The funding round is the third round in a series of round deals that has led to Cinta’s investment, which included $5 million from Andreessen’s Andreessen Fund.
It also raised $2.6 million in the last round from the San Jose-based investment firm Greylock Partners.
The latest round, the largest to date, also included the addition of $2 million from New Venture Partners and $5.5 in seed funding from Sequoia Capital.
The companies announced the funding round at a SXSW conference on Tuesday, where the company announced it had received more than $10 million in funding.
The new funding comes as the tour operator has begun work on a second round of investments, the latest of which is from the Sequoias, Greylocks, and Greylok Capital investment firms.
The company is also planning to raise a third round of investment, the Sequoisex round, which will focus on growth in the U.S.
Cinta has been focused on expanding its offerings to include educational programs, entertainment, and other entertainment.
The round will include a total of $10.6 billion in venture capital from Sequoisext, Greynocks, Sequoius Capital, SequoiseX Venture, and Sequoiex, according to Cinqa.
The funding round also included Sequoium, Sequa, and several other VC firms.
The next round is expected to close in the second half of 2019.