TechCrunch: Crunchbase opens a marketplace for 3rd-party data in bid to be the ‘master database for companies’

TechCrunch: Crunchbase opens a marketplace for 3rd-party data in bid to be the ‘master database for companies’. “Today the company announced a new service called Crunchbase Marketplace, an app store-like experience where users can sign up for extra data sets from other companies, with the subscriptions either be free to use or charged per-feed, which right now is $49 per user per month (currently, the split between free and paid options is about 50-50, we understand)….Launch partners include SimilarWeb, Apptopia, BuiltWith, IPQwery, Siftery, Bombora, Owler, Financial Content, TradingView, Enigma, Wayback Machine, and Wikipedia; and in keeping with that list, the types of services that you will be able to access in the marketplace initially will include web traffic stats, tech stack information, app install metrics, it purchasing data, trending product usage, purchase intent data, patent and trademark filings, stock quotes, government filings and extended background information.”