Nithin Kamath’s Rainmatter invests in Tim Draper-backed smart cooking appliance start-up Up
Zerodha’s Founder and CEO, Nithin Kamath, has invested $500,000 in consumer hardware start-up, Up, through its investment arm called Rainmatter. It has a jar installed which heats and cooks. In addition, the device also has a touch screen with unlimited cooking recipes. It is a made in India product that targets GenZ and millennials. Mody said that with this investment, they are looking to take delishUp to the consumers across the country."