Across industries, verticals and stages, nearly a thousand VC companies received funding last month. Of those, the top ten include a password management software, electric car company and a trending player in digital freight brokerage—an emerging space. According to PitchBook, these are the most-funded venture capital startups from November 2019:

10. Riskified

Last financing: $165 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series E
HQ: Tel Aviv, Israel

Riskified began as an e-commerce fraud-prevention solution, but their machine learning algorithm and proprietary behavioral analytics do even more than that—from protecting shoppers’ retail accounts and increasing bank authorization rates to improving communication between merchants and financial institutions. Riskified raised $165 million of Series E venture funding in a deal led by General Atlantic on November 5, 2019.

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9. 1Password

Last financing: $200 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series A
HQ: Toronto, Canada

1Password remembers passwords for its users and helps make those passwords stronger. Their secure, scalable, easy-to-use password management software allows users to maintain strong credentials, manage access to services and report on usage, as well as provide secure password management to help businesses prevent breaches. 1Password raised $200 million of Series A venture funding in a deal led by Accel on November 14, 2019.

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8. Picnic

Last financing: $277 million
Deal type: Early Stage VC
HQ: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Picnic is an e-commerce platform that provides grocery ordering and delivery services to its users’ doorsteps. Their entire operation, from supply-chain and forecasting to warehouse systems, partnerships and fleet strategies, are run in-house. Picnic raised $277 million of venture funding from Finci, De Hoge Dennen Capital and NPM Capital on November 27, 2019.

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7. Automation Anywhere

Last financing: $290 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series B
HQ: San Jose, California

Automation Anywhere provides robotic process automation (RPA) software to augment the human workforce by automating repetitive business processes. Their AI-powered software bots are trained to automate complex business processes to reduce operational costs and error rates. Automation Anywhere raised $290 million of Series B venture funding in a deal led by Salesforce Ventures on November 21, 2019.

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6. Xpeng

Last financing: $400 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series C
HQ: Guangzhou, China

Xpeng is a leading Chinese electric vehicle and technology company that designs and manufactures smart electric cars for the younger generations. The company’s vehicles include features like central touchscreen, advanced driver-assistance systems and super-charging. Xpeng raised $400 million of Series C venture funding from Xiaomi Technology and Matrix Partners China on November 12, 2019.

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5. Convoy

Last financing: $400 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series D
HQ: Seattle, Washington

Convoy provides on-demand shipment services designed to connect trucking companies with freight shippers. They partner with trucking companies and shippers to move millions of truckloads, rethink freight fundamentals and design solutions to address supply chain inefficiencies. Convoy raised $400 million of Series D venture funding in a deal led by Generation Investment Management and T. Rowe Price on November 13, 2019.

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4. Magic Leap

Last financing: $500 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series E
HQ: Plantation, Florida

Magic Leap develops human computing interfaces and software technologies that superimpose 3D computer-generated imagery over real-world objects. The company’s tech uses virtual and augmented-reality technology with dynamic-image computing and alternative stereoscopic 3D to enable users to interact with digital devices in a visually cinematic way. Magic Leap raised $500 million of Series E venture funding from JPMorgan Chase and other undisclosed investors on November 18, 2019.

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3. DoorDash

Last financing size: $700 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series G
HQ: San Francisco, California

DoorDash, a trending company within the ghost kitchens emerging space, is a food delivery app that provides on-demand food-ordering and delivery services. Offering a range restaurants and menus to select from, DoorDash features enable users to schedule deliveries and keep an eye on their orders with real-time tracking. The company raised $700 million of Series G venture funding in a deal led by Sands Capital Ventures and Darsana Capital Partners on November 13, 2019.

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2. Paytm

Last financing size: $1 billion
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series G
HQ: Noida, India

Paytm operates a mobile payment and e-commerce platform designed to provide bill payment services. The company’s platform offers online recharge, metro card and mobile bill payment services, as well as bus, train, flight and hotel booking services. Paytm raised $1 billion of Series G venture funding in a deal led by T. Rowe Price on November 25, 2019.

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1. Beike

Last financing size: $1 billion
Deal type: Late-stage VC
HQ: Beijing, China

Beike operates a real estate service platform that allows users to tour properties using virtual reality devices. The company’s platform hosts real-time listing information covering more than 100 million properties and allows users to comprehensively examine each. Beike raised $1 billion of venture funding from SoftBank Group and other undisclosed investors in November 2019.

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