Anyone who reads Fortune or follows Crunchbase News on Twitter has heard about the “supergiant” funding rounds of today’s venture capital landscape — SoftBank and other mega-funds betting hundreds of millions, even billions, on relatively new companies.

It stands that this phenomenon has altered startup funding across the spectrum. Indeed, an  conducted by TechCrunch earlier this year showed that the average size of both seed and series A rounds have grown by over 100 percent over the past decade.

This is creating an “increasingly wider chasm for founders to cross,” according to , general partner at Atlanta-based . Dorman, along with general partner , just completed

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