Bulletproof

  • Bio
    This coffee butter-chugging startup just pulled in $19 million more in funding

    This coffee butter-chugging startup just pulled in $19 million more in funding

    Dave Asprey, the man famous for encouraging Silicon Valley execs to put butter in his special blend of coffee, has raised another $19 million to keep on doing just that. His company and lifestyle brand Bulletproof 360 claims to make coffee free of something called mycotoxins, which is, basically, mold and can make you very ill if ingested. Asprey says about 75 percent of other brands are full… Read More

  • Trinity Backs Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof With $9M For Butter Coffee, Nootropics

    Trinity Backs Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof With $9M For Butter Coffee, Nootropics

    Dave Asprey, a self-proclaimed and self-taught biohacker who has amassed a huge following online, has just raised $9 million from Trinity to take his butter coffee and FATwater™ to a broader public audience. Trinity’s Gus Tai and others are betting that Asprey’s line Bulletproof could be an emerging alternative to mainstream coffee lines like Starbucks (which, by the way, the… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Immortality for $12,000

    Maybe you’ll soon see some well-dressed SWAT team members running around the seedier parts of your neighborhood. They’ll look like they just got off the golf course but they’ll actually each be wearing a $12,000 bulletproof polo shirt by Miguel Caballero. While the previously-reported bulletproof pocket square protects your heart, this handsome shirt will presumably protect… Read More

  • Fortier & Co. Makes Stylin' Body Armor

    Those of our readers who are aspiring rap artists should pay close attention. Frontier & Co. works with big name clothing designers like Burberry, YSL, Kenneth Cole, etc. to design body armor that blends in naturally with your apparel. Take for instance this beautiful trenchcoat from Burberry. It uses ballistic fibers that are stronger than steel, yet lightweight, to protect you from… Read More

  • From the Vaults of Stupid: Bulletproof Textbooks


    An Oklahoma man has devised a scheme for protecting kids from violence in schools: bulletproof textbooks. Bill Crozier has discovered that a normal textbook can deflect a bullet from a pistol, but when facing an assault rifle, ehhh not so much. To remedy this problem, Crozier has proposed kevlar book covers to prevent the assault rifle fire from piercing the textbooks. Now I’m not… Read More