Bop.fm lands $2M for its cross-platform music sharing service
According to multiple reports, streaming music aggregator Bop.fm has secured $2 million in Seed funding from Charles River Ventures. The company’s service, which enables users to share music playlists across multiple streaming providers (Spotify, Beats Music, etc.), was featured on StartUp Beat a few weeks ago. Co-founder Shehzad Daredia described Bop.fm as the ‘Kayak for music,’ because of its mission to enable users to bypass the walled gardens of individual music services when sharing tracks.