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Abramovich invested in the messenger app to exchange anonymous messages Blindspot

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has invested in messenger for exchanging anonymous messages BlindSpot. According to Globes online, the Israeli app has received financing in the amount of $35 million by the end of the investment round.

Abramovich in March led the investment round in which the creators BlindSpot drew huge money on further development. In addition to the Russian billionaire, were involved in the transaction DJs Tiesto, Avicii, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, a musician will.i.am, a member of ABBA benny Andersson, singer Nicki Minaj and producer Gee Roberson.

Blindspot designed for mobile platforms iOS and Android and is free. The user of messenger can send people from your contact list anonymous text or voice message, picture or video.

The developers believe that the usual social networks overflowing with insincere comments, and with the help of their messenger, on condition of anonymity, people allow themselves to freely Express their feelings, flirt, and tell each other the secrets that they would otherwise never have shared. Message recipients can add senders to the black list, and also at any time require them to identify themselves. If the user will fall into the black list of at least three people, his account will be deleted.

Blindspot was developed by technology company Shellanoo Group specializing in interactive applications and Internet services. The founders of the messenger — Whether Greenberg and Dor Refaeli, brother of the famous model Bar Refaeli.

In April it became known that Abramovich has invested $15 million in mobile app Music Messenger. The service gives users the opportunity to send each other on mobile phones songs, and create playlists.

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