Nypstag Pizza, an app that provides pizza delivery in the US and offers a number of perks including an extra $2 off pizza, has been shut down in Australia.
The app has been offline since November 23rd after Nypinstag Pizza failed to receive any orders.
It was reportedly founded by two University of Western Australia students.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Nypstation, a Sydney based startup, received $2.4m from a $1.6m seed round led by a group of investors led by Australian entrepreneur Alex Kornfeld.
The startup has been operating since 2015.
However, it was not able to make its target, which is $25m, because of funding issues, according to a report from Bloomberg.
The company said that it had been closed since December 21st.
Nypstation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
It’s unclear why NypStation shut down, but the company has not yet released an official statement.
The New York Times reported that Nyp stations had raised $1m in the last two months.
The news comes after a number startups were shut down last month by governments, including one called Deliveroo.
While the news of Nyp Station’s demise comes as a blow to the startup, it’s not the first time that it has gone under.
In January, Deliveroo was shut down by regulators in China.
That same month, the startup also shut down its Australian operation.
Earlier this month, another Australian startup, Deliver Now, shut down.
A Deliver Now spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal that the company was not involved in the closure of Nymstation.
“As a privately held company, we are unable to comment on our business or business relationships with other companies,” he said.