• French startup Kosmik secures $3.7 million in a seed round led by Creandum.
  • Kosmik offers an all-in-one knowledge-capturing tool with an infinite canvas interface.
  • Funding will drive product iteration, merge codebases, and introduce features like multiplayer collaboration and AI auto-tagging.

French startup Kosmik has raised $3.7 million in a seed round led by Creandum, with participation from Alven, Kima Ventures, Betaworks, and founders from Replit and Quizlet. Kosmik, founded in 2018, offers a knowledge-capturing tool featuring an infinite canvas interface that integrates text, images, videos, PDFs, and links in one place. 

The platform, built on IPFS, allows users to collaborate peer-to-peer without relying on a server-based architecture. Targeting designers, architects, consultants, and students, Kosmik eliminates the need to switch between different tools, offering an all-in-one solution for capturing and sharing diverse types of information. 

The startup plans to enhance its offering with multiplayer collaboration and AI-powered auto-tagging in the upcoming Kosmik 2.0.

Funding to drive product iteration and feature parity in Kosmik 2.0

The seed funding will support Kosmik's product iteration, including merging codebases and introducing new features such as multiplayer collaboration and AI-powered auto-tagging. The startup boasts around 8,000 daily users and aims to enhance user experience and provide immediate value, aligning with Notion and Miro in changing organizational workflows.


Edited by Shruti Thapa