Fiverr says it has raised $60 million in funding, making it the biggest since it went live on the internet.
The microtask marketplace where people buy and sell digital services will now aim to attract a vast majority of freelances who still operate offline.
Last August, the company raised $30 million to reach a total of $110 million raised since existence. The latest one was led by Square Peg Capital, with participation from existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Accel Partners, and Qumra Capital.
The big changes Fiverr users will soon start to see, is the removal of $5 restriction when setting up a digital service (gig) for sale.
“The new gig packages will also help Fiverr sellers easily pocket more cash, create greater value for buyers, and make sellers nimble enough to attract SMBs, entrepreneurs, and even corporate marketing departments.- Fiverr
Fiverr will continue to lure talented people to her platform where they can charge whatever they feel it’s consummate with their service.