Yuilop, a spanish startup, just raised €1m from Nauta Capital.
Nauta Capital, is a very active firm founded in 2004 with offices in Barcelona, Spain and Boston, USA, is a venture capital firm specializing in technology, media and telecommunications investment. It is now investing it’s third fund, Nauta Capital III, which has around €100m under management. One notable investment is Groupalia.
Yuilop is still in stealth mode, but we understood it is developing an innovative mobile application and service. The company is based in Barcelona, Spain and was founded by Jochen Doppelhammer, the founder of Simyo Espana, what looks to be Spain’s most successful MVNO and self-describes itself as the world’s largest Internet-based MVNO. Julian Moreno Beltrán, ex-ceo of Veotrip, joined him as CTO.
Update: we found what seems to be an old description of the app. “Stream live video and audio from your phone to multiple phones or the web using a 3G or Wifi connection. You can chat with your viewers and show them your position/orientation in Google Maps. Twitter integration. Visit Yuilop.com to see what’s happening right here, right now.“