When Stewart Dennis was looking to raise a new round of equity financing for his company BitBounce this year, he found himself in what many entrepreneurs would call an enviable position.

He was meeting with Sequoia Capital and other top-tier venture capital firms, and a prior investor, the billionaire Tim Draper, had already agreed to take part.

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