đź’ˇ Ideas AI

Powered by OpenAI

Ideas on this page are 100% generated by OpenAI's GPT-3, an artifically intelligent deep learning model, without human involvement, and trained by you and 835,383+ other people who liked or disliked ideas. How it works

by @levelsio

Debit Startup Ideas

Sponsor: You don't need to go back to the office! Find a remote job on Remote OK and work from anywhere

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


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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


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.


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


 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.


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.


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.


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.


A startup that makes a credit card that works like a debit card but offers cash back


 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.


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.


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.


A company that wants to create a “universal” credit card for customers. This could be a credit union debit card or if the company is successful, a Visa or Mastercard card with a rewards program.


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.


A tool that helps customers buy stuff on Amazon using a debit card. It’s also an Amazon marketplace to receive payments.


Imagine you’re a CEO who wants to maximize your company’s profits. One way to do it is to accept credit cards, but most companies struggle to get the rates they want. Debit-on-demand startup Debitize lets companies accept credit cards and debit cards on demand.


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.


It’s a credit card and a debit card rolled into one, and it’s meant for frequent travellers who want to pay for travel expenses with a single click.


A "social-first" payment app that lets anyone with a credit card, debit card, or PayPal account pay for things online.


A new type of credit card that functions like a debit card but with the ability to make payments without any money changing hands.


A credit platform for small businesses in the U.S., with plans to add a debit card option in the future.


A startup that helps people who don’t have a bank account or debit card set up one.


 A startup creating a platform that serves as a single source for all of a person’s online and offline credit and debit cards. The startup wants to make paying for things as easy as swiping a credit card.


This healthcare startup wants to help employees avoid the cycle of health insurance premiums and high deductibles. They send a monthly debit card to employees, and can be customized to cover a certain amount of money per month for a certain service, ranging from life insurance to primary care to dental. They’re profitable and growing in the San Francisco Bay Area.


A B2C subscription service for emergency room visits that includes pre-paid debit cards and a 24/7 concierge service.