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This startup wants to help the elderly live as independently as possible by monitoring their habits and keeping track of how they feel.

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 A startup that turns unused kitchen appliances into bitcoin mining rigs

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This one is a bit of a stretch, but

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A company that helps people easily find local, personal tax preparers. It’s a bit like TaxJar, which helps make tax season less painful.

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A startup that tracks your fitness, eating, and sleep habits and then sends you personalized emails, texts, and reminders.

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A platform where people can pay with their debit and credit cards to buy products from merchants.

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a company that helps customers in Europe manage their money quickly and easily. Its first product will be a prepaid Visa card that can be loaded with cash through a debit card.

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A smart electric car startup that is working on creating a platform that makes battery charging more efficient, using AI to actually learn from the owner’s driving habits.

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An AI-powered chatbot that can respond to questions about a person’s current location, and provide more detailed answers as you learn more about their habits.

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A team of bitcoin and blockchain-savvy developers building a software suite for the financial services industry.

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Idea: A tool to help people who don’t have a lot of money to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

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A startup that is helping companies and individuals get debit cards for free when they have banked with their bank for the last 3 years.

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A credit card with a debit card that earns points and can be used for all purchases, including travel and dining.

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A Texas-based startup that provides a service that allows anyone to buy anything with Bitcoin, including buying everyday items.

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Giving Demo Day startups advice can only go so far. So Y Combinator does a bit more to help startups. YC has created a forum for startup founders to share information and advice with one another. They also host “Ask-Me-Anything” sessions for founders to talk about their companies.

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The startup’s service allows users to create custom-designed and branded debit cards to be used at millions of locations in the US, UK, Canada, France, and Australia. It also does global spending and cross-border payments for businesses that need it.

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A startup that sells a new take on a very old concept: Visa debit cards. The startup has over 1,000 customers, ranging from Nike to Goldman Sachs, and has sold over 5 million cards.

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A startup that provides a service for helping people with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

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A fast-food delivery service that can deliver food to you in under 15 minutes. Their model is a bit like Uber Eats, but they’ve automated a lot of the process so you can order online, and the food will be delivered to you.

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This startup is building a payment platform to help rural local businesses accept credit cards. The startup is based in the Philippines and has been working with both credit cards and bank-issued debit cards in the country.

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Provenance is a food tracking app, that has been billed as a startup that’s trying to get food to the same level of transparency as it has in other industries like banking or ride sharing. It’s a bit like the app Just Eat, but for food.

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A startup that enables a group of people to share their carpools and public transportation with one another. It’s a bit of a meta application in that the startup is building an app to help companies integrate carpooling into their business models.

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A company that sells cool kitchen tops and pours that promote healthy eating habits

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A tool that allows users to send and receive payments in Bitcoin through email. The company’s goal is to make it simple to pay friends and family with cryptocurrency.

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A real estate focused business that connects tenants and landlords. The startup is a bit like Rocket Mortgage, a company that helps people with bad credit refinance their home loans — the startup’s focus is more on the landlord side of the equation. The startup charges a monthly fee of $50 for their service.

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 A “quantified self” app for fitness enthusiasts to track their workouts and use the data to improve their habits

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A more affordable alternative to the Fitbit fitness tracker.

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A BitPay-like company that aims to build a solution for people to buy and sell digital currency.

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This startup wants to help first-time home buyers who don’t have the money for down payments. It’s hoping to help people who have saved for years but still need a bit more cash to close on a home. It wants to take a few thousand dollars and give it to the buyer.

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Plans to help businesses and individuals, both in the US and abroad, to pay for their healthcare with Bitcoin.

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A platform for sharing and tracking all of your fitness activities. The company developed a stand-alone iOS app called MyFitnessPal in 2011, which has over 150 million users worldwide. In 2017, they launched the fitness tracking and calorie logging platform Fitbit.

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A healthcare startup that’s building a mobile app that integrates with the patient’s Fitbit to help track any changes in health.

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A company that allows people to pay their bills using bitcoins

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A startup that helps companies find and pay contractors and service providers across the world. The company will use the P2Pool tech popularized by bitcoin to help larger companies find and pay out thousands of contractors more efficiently.

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There’s a lot of startups out there that are building tools to make our lives better, like TaskRabbit and Airbnb. But not so many that are building tools to make our lives worse.

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This startup is making lifestyle capture devices that help people remember what they’re doing and where they’ve been at all times. It’s like a Fitbit and a Misfit combined.

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This startup is a platform that allows shoppers to send gifts to any other shopper with a linked debit or credit card, or even a prepaid card.

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A payment startup for the UK that allows merchants to be paid quickly and securely with a debit card.

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This is a company that wants to do a bit of data mining to help companies improve their customer service. It’s a bit like Zenefits, but for the customer.

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A startup that allows you to easily find other people who use Fitbit.

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Ponzi-like investment scheme for the bitcoin community. They are a bitcoin company that offers a service which allows people to invest or lend bitcoins without having to exchange them for other currencies. The startup is currently only operating in India, with plans to expand to other countries.

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A tool to help people quit smoking. The startup’s product, Patch, is designed to help people quit smoking through animations and imagery that help them break their habit. It’s designed to be used alongside other cessation products.

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This is a software-as-a-service platform that allows members to buy and sell bitcoin with zero fees. The startup currently only works with digital currencies, and only with verified users, but plans to expand its service to other financial instruments in the future.

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A B2B service for the financial industry that helps banks identify potential customers and understand their spending habits.

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The team behind CardCounting is building a mobile app that helps improve the spending habits of low-income people, and provide a platform for financial services aimed at those people.

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 A “frictionless” payments app that lets businesses turn debit card payments into direct deposits, enabling customers to pay without even having a card in their hands.

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A startup that wants to get a person into the driver’s seat with a new way to track driving behavior using mobile phones. It’s a bit like the sorts of things that Sonar and others are building.

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A company that is building a tool that allows consumers to make use of the data from their fitness tracker to better understand what they’re eating and how they’re exercising. The company is working with fitness trackers like Fitbit and Jawbone, and has also been working with the makers of the Nike+ FuelBand.

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A startup to help people better manage their money. The startup is trying to make budgeting and saving easier by helping users visualize their spending habits.

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A startup that allows people to buy and sell stuff with cash they don’t have. It’s a bit like the Venmo app, but for people without Venmo accounts.

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A productivity app that uses AI to help you build habits.

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A startup that wants to put a common API between many banks and start to allow consumers to take debit card payments anywhere.

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This startup wants to use its data to help people decide where to vacation, and where to live. It’s a bit like other startup like TripAdvisor — but it’s also a concierge service that wants to help show people the best places to vacation and live.

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A bit like Couchsurfing, but for food.

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This startup is building a platform that helps users buy, sell, and send bitcoin, and a mobile app that lets you pick up bitcoin at ATMs.

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An iPhone-based app for tracking your health and habits, along with the data from your FitBit. The app averages out your personal data and presents a picture of how healthy you are overall.

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A startup launching its own Bitcoin exchange.

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A startup that wants to let you check your bank account online without leaving your computer — and even pay bills — without going to the bank. It’s a bit like Google Wallet, but with banks.

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A mobile app that allows you to manage your credit and debit card numbers with just your phone’s camera and a voice response. Circle uses the camera to take a picture of the card and then calls the number on the card to confirm it’s valid before linking it to your phone.

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A startup that wants to build a “pay it forward” model, where people volunteer to pay for others’ purchases in the name of “paying it forward”. It’s a bit like the Amazon Dash, but with the automatic donation of the $5 to the cashier instead of the Amazon account.

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A portfolio website for freelancers, where people can comment on each other's work, hire one another with a single click, and get paid in bitcoin.

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A tool for tracking and reporting on your health habits.

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A startup that wants to build a smartphone-based payment system, with support for cryptocriteria like Bitcoin and Litecoin, to replace the credit cards people use to pay each other.

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A company that wants to have more transparency about the daily spending habits of its customers.

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The startup's "mission is to make it easy for people to create and share their bitcoin and crypto wallets with their friends and family."

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This startup is building a “smart” card that runs on a local RFID (radio frequency identification) chip. The card is intended for use in vending machines and retail stores where sales occur, but the company is also looking to use it in other contexts like credit/debit cards and membership cards.

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A hardware startup that’s building ruggedized bitcoin hardware that can be sold to businesses and consumers. The company is currently working on a $1,000 device that it says can be used for up to a year on a single battery.

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Build a product that makes it easy to create, schedule, and deliver bite-sized pieces of content with your team.

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A digital network that connects American businesses and consumers with the same spending habits.

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A digital currency for travel, based on the same principles as Bitcoin.

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A startup that lets you share blog posts, products, and events with your social network through SMS. It’s free, and as you write you get paid in cash, in dollars or in bitcoin.

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A digital payment solution for baristas that allows them to accept credit cards, debit cards, and Apple Pay payments. The startup is currently focused on the US market.

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A company that provides vehicle and driver safety solutions. The startup helps people find insurance for their cars by matching them to their driving habits.

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a bank that uses Bitcoin to make it easier for emerging markets to access financial services.

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Nextbit wants to deliver Android in a way that lets you take your phone with you everywhere. It cuts down on background apps and syncs only the apps that you want to use with your phone. Available on Android and iOS.

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Humanized AI, a website that walks you through how to change your habits for a healthier lifestyle.

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A company that provides “next-generation” insurance solutions to companies with higher liability risks. The company’s approach is a bit atypical, as they say they’re not “selling” insurance, but rather “managing” the risk of the company. The startup says they’re already working with more than a dozen clients with plans to expand to 20 more before the end of 2019.

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This is an app that allows people to pay their taxes with bitcoin, in a program that’s funded by Coinbase.

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A platform that allows people to track their spending habits and budget. It also allows for easy creation of budgets and goal tracking.

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This startup wants to sort the news you read to bring it to you in a format that’s somehow more relevant to you. The startup uses machine learning to determine which stories are most relevant to you, and tries to bring you the most relevant news. It’s a bit like Flipboard, but less user-friendly.

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Health 2.0 is a digital health data platform that lets users upload and share raw health data from wearable devices like Fitbits, and add insights and comments.

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A tool that helps anyone in the world track their spending in real-time. The startup is building an app for users to report their spending and personal finance habits.

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A hardware company that makes sensors, including ones for weight and hydration, for home and for athletes. The company believes consumers will use devices such as the Nike FuelBand to track their health and exercise habits.

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 A bitcoin ATM service that doesn't accept cash.

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A startup for single-use disposable products, with an emphasis on the sustainable consumption habits of its users

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This startup is looking to automatically generate and sell weekly email subscriptions to people based on their buying habits. The email service is for people who want to make sure they get email notifications for products they purchase frequently, like coffee or a subscription service, like Gilt or Birchbox.

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A bitcoin exchange for retailers and small businesses that want to accept the cryptocurrency. The startup is currently focusing on the US, with plans to expand internationally.

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A startup building a fitness tracker for people who want a fitness tracker to use with their existing Fitbit.

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A smart mirror that can tell you when you’re looking tired and how you can improve your self-care habits.

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A company that turns any spare bit of hardware into a secure cloud server.

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A startup that builds “lifelogging wearables” for people to track their health and fitness habits. It tracks blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate, sleep, and activity.

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A credit card for young people, targeted at millennials for whom traditional credit cards don’t suit their habits. The company has a physical card with a magnetic stripe that customers put on one side of their phones to pay their bills.

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A company that offers a parallel, decentralized version of the cryptocurrency bitcoin

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A mobile app that helps people in the UK stay well by tracking their health and activity, using data from Fitbit, Apple Watch, and Moves.

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A new startup that wants to provide a way for investors to connect with companies in the early stages of development, with a focus on B2B companies. The founder said it has around $24 million in funding so far, and has already worked with companies like TaskRabbit, Instacart, and Stripe.

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 A decentralized encrypted messaging platform for the world’s 2.4 billion unconnected citizens. Decent has built a messaging app that uses its own cryptocurrency, BitShare, as the medium.

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This is a tool for managing your social media presence. It’s a bit like social media management firm Social.com, but for social media.

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 A credit card linked to your bank account, like a debit card with your bank’s approval. The card can be used everywhere the bank accepts credit cards. The startup has raised $1.5 million in seed funding from a single investor, Andreessen Horowitz.

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A startup that builds a prediction engine for how different financial instruments will perform. It’s first application is a prediction for bitcoin.

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This startup is building a way to connect merchants and consumers to their products and services through a deeper understanding of their personal needs and habits.

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Focused on helping the elderly pay bills, Vayvadex allows users to pay for services, like a nursing home, with a swipe of their debit card. Users can also use the app to find a doctor or a home aide.

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A cellphone app that automatically suggests time-saving, healthy habits for you.

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A startup that’s bringing Bitcoin into the physical world, with a prepaid debit card and a physical debit card. The founders want to make Bitcoin universally usable, and are building a physical card to use at stores, ATMs, and anywhere else.

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Food delivery service that has ambitions to be the Uber of urban food delivery.

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A startup that lets businesses get paid in Bitcoin. The startup has over 30 customers, and is now in the process of opening a San Francisco office.

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A chatbot for cleaning services that can be used by small employers, bringing a bit of automation to a very manual process.

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A personal finance app meant to simplify credit management and encourage good habits.

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A digital payments application for small businesses that replaces a bank account, credit card, and direct debit. The B2B business uses the same technology that allows a company to charge purchases to a credit card.

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A health insurance app which allows users to submit their medical claims and payment information with a couple of taps on their phone. The startup is a bit of an interesting case study for the healthcare sector. They launched in March and have over 1,000 customers already. They're profitable for the first time.

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A bitcoin exchange for small-dollar retail purchases. It’s available in the U.S. and Canada.

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Non-profits in the U.S. and abroad rely on donors and volunteers to get their work done. Unfortunately, they aren’t always able to rely on these people to do what they promise. BitGive is a platform for non-profits that operates on the Ethereum blockchain. The platform lets non-profits raise money through cryptocurrency and use those funds to make donations to the causes they care about.

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A company that helps students pay for tuition with a prepaid debit card, available to any in the US. The startup has built a “pay to school” system that works with any college, university, or trade school. The startup doesn’t operate in Brazil.

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Idea: A cashback service for blockchain payments (eg paying with bitcoin for a meal at a restaurant)

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Idea: Automated payroll and benefits for small businesses A bit like Gusto or Zenefits

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Idea: Software that allows companies to screen candidates in real time A bit like a Facebook Q&A tool

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Idea: A Salesforce alternative that offers easy integrations with Github, Bitbucket, and Slack

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Idea: A startup that helps students and recent grads find and apply for jobs The target market is students who are pretty much guaranteed to get a job, but the startup’s ambitions are much larger

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Idea: A startup that lets you buy, hold, and sell Bitcoin, without having to deal with the complexities of the cryptocurrency world

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Idea: A smart contract platform using a Bitcoin-like UTXO model

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Idea: A startup that enables people to track and record their eating habits It is currently used by thousands of people around the world

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Idea: A startup that helps you build habits that stick, through a combination of gamification and social support. The app has more than 10,000 users who have completed more than 2,000,000 habit streaks.

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Idea: The startup has developed a way for people to share live video with each other while also seeing what others are seeing in real-time. It’s an app where viewers can see what’s happening, but the creator of the video is in control of what they see. It’s modeled a bit like Instagram Stories, but the app wants to become a hub for live video streaming.

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Idea: In the US, a startup that brings data from a person’s Fitbit or other fitness tracker into their doctor’s office. The system, called Bionode, is already used at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. They’re looking to branch out to other health providers as well.

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Idea: An on-demand platform for sub-contractors that is like a TaskRabbit for sub-contractors.

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Idea: SaaS startup that helps hotels manage their rooms and guests, with a little bit of Netflix’s recommendation algorithms baked in. The idea is that hotels can use it as a booking engine to get more out of their rooms, and the company’s founders say they have a 75% conversion rate.

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A startup that helps businesses that are accepting bitcoins to better manage their expenses

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A startup that lets people buy and sell homes with cryptocurrencies, says it’s already working with several real estate agents to list properties for sale with Bitcoin

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