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An online service for checking if your data is at risk from hackers.


A digital bank from Italy that gives customers free checking with no monthly fees.


A San Francisco startup aiming to become the first credit union to offer free checking and savings accounts to any member of the U.S. Armed Forces.


A SaaS offering that helps banks integrate their checking accounts with their mobile apps.


A startup that wants to make the “banking process” easy for millennials. The CEO says that half of millennials don’t have checking accounts, and another third don’t have credit cards. They want to do for banking what Mint did for personal finance.


A “checking card” to help startups get paid. It’s a card that can be used for all of a company’s purchases, including things like affiliate marketing or advertising.


An employee-owned bank with a focus on small businesses, offering free checking accounts and savings accounts.


Patent: A “system and method for checking work hours in a time-tracking system”. The startup is looking to extend this service to software projects.


A business plan for a startup is like a sales pitch. It’s vague. It’s hard to see its potential. And it’s hard to know if it’s worth checking out. So many founders miss out on the chance to grow their business because they don’t have this thing called a business plan that explains how they’ll do it. The goal of this startup is to make it easy for anyone to write that plan. It’s currently only available in the Bay Area.


A platform for checking the health of a person’s gut and soon their overall health.


A tool for helping to make sure your website is secure, with features like a blacklist of bad sites and features for checking a website’s SSL certificate.


A startup that cuts banks out of the process of opening a checking account by building its own app. The startup has a mobile app that would allow customers to log in to their bank, make savings and investment plans, and keep track of their spending.


A digital assistant for checking your credit and bank accounts, aiming to be “the financial hub of your life”.


A tool for checking the quality of content on Instagram. The startup is often used to check the quality of organic tagging on the platform.


It’s a company that hires independent researchers to evaluate the credibility of news stories. The startup says it has a staff of more than 30 researchers in the US and Europe and claims to be the fastest growing news-biased fact-checking startup in the US.


A $5 device that connects to your browser and helps you keep track of your spending. The device tracks your checking account and credit card transactions, and lets you enter receipts, to see where your money is going.


Wrapping up our list of the best startups in Y Combinator’s class of 2020, we've selected 5 startups from the batch that had the best business ideas and the best execution. (If you're curious, we'd recommend checking out the list of the top Y Combinator startups of 2019 here .)


This facial recognition app from two MIT grads has gotten attention for its integration with a number of services. People can use it to verify their identity in places like checking their bank account, paying at a store, or using a credit card.


A startup that wants to make banking more like social media. The startup is building a “challenging” banking experience that integrates notifications, product recommendations and social aspects. A new way to bank that would be more like checking your Facebook stream for information and then making a purchase.


A company that provides fact-checking and verification services to publishers and media companies


A personal finance app for millennials. The company wants to be a “bank for millennials”, providing a no-fee checking account and a way to invest in stocks and bonds.


The company is building a facial recognition product for hotels, enabling them to identify guests from photos and automatically adjust room rates. In this way, staying at a hotel is a more seamless process – the process of checking in and out is handled automatically.


A startup aiming to help finance professionals automate the process of checking a credit report, and prioritize the best deals for their clients.


A web-based platform for executing and checking off tasks from a single dashboard, built for project managers.


A tool to help people get their doctor to prescribe cheaper medications by checking Medicare cost data and comparing it to what a doctor’s office would charge for that medication.


Idea: A startup that wants to make it easier for the under-banked to get an online checking account. The startup is working with a number of different providers to make sure they have a bank account for the right price, no matter who you are.