Personal Data Organizer Mustbin Raises $1.5 Million More, Adds Secure Messaging

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Mustbin, a personal data organizer that lets you snap photos of important documents – like financial statements, home and vehicle information, medical documents, and more – and store those securely in the cloud, has become one of the go-to apps on my iPhone’s homescreen since it launched out of private beta last November. Today, the company is announcing an additional $1.5 million in funding, as well as an expansion of its service to now include a secure messaging component.

Founded in late 2012 by Brian Shin, also the founder and CEO at Visible Measures, Mustbin previously raised $4.5 million in Series A funding from DAG Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, Mohr Davidow, Northgate Capital, Hubspot founder Dharmesh Shah, Jonathan Kraft and other angel investors. The additional $1.5 million, which comes from existing investors, brings the company to $6 million raised to date.

Mustbin 1.5Though a secure document storage application would seemingly compete with the “big…

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