Which Hitching Post Will You Hitching To? [Axios]

The HitchingPost, an all-in-one solution to find and purchase online sales, has raised $40 million in funding, according to a post on its website.

The round is led by Union Square Ventures, and includes investors such as the David H. Koch Charitable Foundation, Capital One Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, as well as venture capital firms Andreessen and Sequoia Capital.

The company will be expanding its offerings with additional products and expanding the reach of its platform to new markets, according a post from the company.

Hitchingpost is built on a platform that has been in use for decades, and the company said it has more than 40 million registered users.

The platform has over 2.5 million registered orders for both domestic and international sales, the company stated.

The HitchPost platform is available for both Windows and Mac users, and has over 10 million registered sales.

The website is a mix of ads, products and promotions that include offers on products and services from retailers, banks, and even celebrities.

It will continue to offer an all in-one marketplace, with both online and offline sales, as it expands its products and expands into other markets.

For more information on the company, check out its website at www.hitchingpost.com.

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