Lyft is a peer-to-peer transportation platform that connects passengers who need rides with drivers willing to provide rides using their own personal vehicles. Riders must download the Lyft mobile app to their iOS or Android-based phone, sign up, enter a valid phone number and enter a valid form of payment (either a credit card or link to an Apple Pay, Google Wallet or PayPal account). The Company offers four types of rides within the app: Lyft, Lyft Line, Lyft Plus and Lyft Premier.
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|about 1 month|
|Graphene Ventures, Rakuten, Aslanoba Capital, Keith Rabois, L.P., Tencent Holdings, UTA Ventures, Third Point Ventures, AFSquare, Founders Fund, Baillie Gifford, Green Bay Ventures, Ooga Labs, Teddy Downey, ECA Ventures, Kortschak Investments, Floodgate, GSV Capital, SierraMaya360, Mayfield Fund, Alibaba, Autotech Ventures, Bracket VC, Icahn Enterprises, K9 Ventures, CapitalG, Flat World Partners, InMotion Ventures, General Motors, Didi Chuxing, Uprising Ventures, SharesPost Investment Management, Fontinalis Partners, QueensBridge Venture Partners, Coatue Management, Machine Shop Ventures, Kingdom Holding Company, Cherry Tree Investments, fbFund, Janus Capital Group, Benjamin Ling, GSV Ventures, Altpoint Ventures, KKR & Co. (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.), EquityZen, Andreessen Horowitz, AllianceBernstein, Melo7 Tech Partners llc, Fortress Investment Group|