The grocery delivery startup Qdibo is looking to raise $15 million from a group of venture capital investors, according to a report from CoinDesk.
Qdoba was founded in January 2015 and has raised more than $40 million in funding since then.
The company sells its products through QR codes, which allow customers to scan and order items from the company’s mobile app.
It has also launched a mobile app to sell its product directly to customers, as well as a website that can be used to sell the products on.
The startup also recently announced that it is developing a cloud-based Qdobo wallet that will allow its customers to access their QR codes online, as opposed to a physical product, and has partnered with PayPal and Visa to make payments with Qdobas Pay and Paypal.
Qdbaboo, a mobile Qdoby app, was announced last month, along with Qdbabos delivery service.
It aims to expand into other markets in the future.
It launched in India and is now available in more than 50 countries.