Stuffle, a Germany-based second-hand market, has closed its second round at €500,000 ($700,000) eight months after being launched. Tim Schumacher, founder of SEDO, invested at least €100,000 just before state and corporate-backed early-stage investment firm High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) acquired a minority stake in Stuffle.

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