Details are not yet available and Tim Draper could not be immediately reached for comment.
The firm filed four regulatory filings associated with its previous fund, starting in December 2006 and finishing with the fund close at the end of November 2007. It is likely the regulatory filing associated with Draper Fisher Jurvetson Fund X is the first in a series.
It’s been a busy year for DFJ, which has put more than $300 million to work in 118 companies, according to data from Thomson Reuters (publisher of PEHub.com). That’s more than the $227 million the firm put to work at the height of the dotcom boom in 2000.