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Bugscore has a compelling premise: rate any person, product or business in the world. Investors are biting. The score almost anything startup headquartered in the UK, launched in March of this year, and following a US$330 000 seed round is already valued at US$2-million.
Bugscore, currently in beta, is sort of what Jotly could have been if Firespotter Labs took its “rate everything” — and we do mean everything — app seriously. Unlike Jotly however, Bugscore won’t allow you to issue inane rate things for that mountain ridge outside your window or the individual ice cubes in your glass of water. Instead, Bugscore focuses on people, products and businesses — the stuff marketers care about.
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