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A startup that makes the process of paying taxes fun.

207

A startup that uses artificial intelligence to help prevent fraud in payments. It’s an API for banks and merchants to check if accounts are being used fraudulently.

202

A technology that offers a way to pay bills online.

187

A startup that offers an app for people to set up recurring payments for charity

180

A platform for “pay-at-the-table” service restaurants.

180

A startup which helps users track their homes’ energy usage, helping them to plan how to pay for energy and save money.

166

A startup that helps people manage their money, including budgeting and paying bills. The company wants to become a finance hub for consumers.

157

A mobile payments platform for ride sharing, carpooling, and taxi services.

157

A payment system that works with both cash and digital currency.

139

A startup that allows you to make a purchase using your fingerprint. The startup wants to make payments dead simple.

139

A startup that aims to create a “digital wallet for the home”, allowing you to pay for products and services using apps on your phone.

122

A recurring revenue startup that pays contractors for work they’ve performed through their software.

116

This startup’s algorithm is designed to find and cancel fraudulent payments, automatically. It’s free for merchants to use, and they’re aiming to partner with processors and banks.

112

A digital product that helps small businesses pay their rent with ease.

112

A platform for employers to track employee schedules and timesheets, and pay employees on time and as agreed. It’s currently a text-message-based scheduling system.

108

A startup that provides a service where you pay $50 and then a photographer takes photos of your house from different angles and then you get the high-res photos

104

A new startup that aims to modernize the payments industry for businesses, making it faster, cheaper, and more secure.

104

A startup that uses machine learning to calculate how much a customer would pay for a service.

100

An online-only, subscription-based service that allows people to buy and sell payments immediately from their bank accounts.

99

The aim is to let consumers to pay for a 3D-printed object. One feature is that the 3D-printed object is scanned and then the user can print out an accurate digital version they can then use in their homes.

98

A mobile app for finding the closest parking spot to where you’re going, with the ability to pay for it with a credit card.

97

A payment processing company that provides services to businesses in India.

96

 A startup prototyping a platform for helping companies recruit non-employees without having to pay to recruit a job applicant, which would be a win for the applicant and the company. (This is similar to the above Idea.)

96

A company that builds and manages software that helps the processing and management of HR, payroll, payroll tax and other human resource information.

95

A SaaS platform to help companies quickly build and manage apps using public and private cloud. The company is currently cash-flow positive with over 100 paying customers.

95

A company that wants to be the “Uber of home security”, letting people pay for home security devices with their credit cards and then let the company handle the rest. The company has raised $10 million in a Series A.

94

Automate your phone bill payments by having your phone bill automatically pay your phone bill.

94

A “crypto-fiat exchange” where customers purchase cryptocurrency with fiat money and then pay their bills with the money they’ve earned.

94

A startup that wants to help banks with payments in Peru. The startup's co-founder says they have more than 1,000 business accounts as of September.

94

A startup that provides a service where parents in China can pay to have someone with a degree in education check their kid’s homework

92

A startup that provides software that helps people with their taxes so they don’t have to pay a tax preparer

92

A platform for sending money in the Philippines that offers a unique way to pay for goods and services.

92

Zelle is a digital payment company that’s launching in early 2020, and is meant to make it easier for people to send money to others.

92

A startup that takes care of the back-end payment, management, and delivery for physical concerts.

91

A startup that helps people schedule and pay for a doctor’s appointment

91

A mobile payments startup that is focused on India, offering a personal loan service to people without bank accounts.

91

A security startup that’s building a platform to automatically detect and prevent fraud in the payments industry.

91

A small payment processor that helps musicians get paid for their work.

90

A startup that does “personalized” financial planning for people who have a lot of money So, clients pay a fee and the financial planner talks with them and then helps them set up their investment portfolio

89

This startup is building an app that lets drivers pay for parking in advance from inside the app.

89

A startup that lets you schedule and pay for your dry cleaning, pick-up and delivery all through your phone's native phone app.

88

A tool for managing an online student organization. It can be used to invite and manage members, track events, and make payments.

87

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

87

A payment app for new-age businesses, such as the "backyard cottage" industry that Node is building.

87

A new fintech app that aims to make it easier for consumers to make payments

87

A startup that promises to be the next Uber for the taxi industry. Instead of incentivizing drivers by paying them directly, they’ll pay the driver’s customer base.

86

A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program that provides customers with weekly deliveries of fresh produce and other items from local farmers. Customers pay for their weekly deliveries of local fruits and vegetables through a subscription model.

86

Ripple is a platform for creating virtual currency and a payment system. The startup is trying to get merchants to adopt its digital currency by offering them a low-fee payment processing system.

86

A company that allows people to streamline financial transactions by providing a simple interface to pay bills.

86

A startup that does "reverse auction" for restaurant, bar, and retail seats. It charges a fee to the seller for the listing, and pays the buyer a percentage of the sale price.

86

The app acts as a digital wallet for your car, helping you use your phone to buy gas and get directions, and to pay for parking and tolls in the city.

86

A startup that provides a service where they install cameras around a house and then people can pay to rent hours of access to the video recordings

85

A company that’s making online payments and invoicing seamless for businesses.

85

A startup that allows small businesses to sell their products online, and pay vendors with a digital wallet, and only with verified credit card.

85

A student health-care startup that offers a free student health-insurance plan to individual students, that covers co-pays and deductibles but doesn’t cover in-network hospital visits.

85

A startup for hiring and retaining freelancers that allows businesses to find, hire and pay people from anywhere in the world.

85

For those who can’t afford to pay for a full-time financial advisor, this startup offers hourly advice via phone or video.

85

Health insurance is so complicated that people often prefer to just pay the tax penalty and ignore it. This startup wants to make health insurance easy, with an automated system encouraging people to enroll and take advantage of the tax savings.

84

A new kind of payment system that allows taxi owners to compete with Uber and Lyft. Instead of needing to call a dispatcher, riders can hail a cab in real-time and pay directly through the app.

84

A startup that wants to build a mobile payment system for merchants in the United States.

84

A digital payment card that allows people to pay for things with their phones.

84

A startup that aims to replace a broken “payroll processing system” that hurts small businesses. The company was founded in September.

84

A startup for small businesses to access payment processing services.

84

A SaaS platform that helps businesses manage HR processes: onboarding, payroll, leave, benefits, training, etc.

84

A startup that acts as a middleman between your friends and their travel agent so they can pay and set up their travel arrangements online.

84

A company that wants to help companies customize payment plans for their employees

84

A platform that helps people find jobs that they can work from home, where they don’t have to pay for a whole office.

84

A startup that lets companies handle payments in a more transparent way. It’s an API that connects payments platforms and third-party data, and helps companies figure out which payments to accept and which not to.

83

This startup, which was founded in March, aims to make it easier to get and pay for health insurance. The startup’s goal is to save the US family health insurance market $300 billion.

83

A startup that finds and pays contractors, driving up their pay.

83

A joint project of the US Department of Agriculture and the National Park Service, which is trying to create a mobile payment system for parks.

83

Podium is a tool for building and running sales meetings. The startup is working with companies like Slack, PayPal, and Microsoft to build digital sales meetings that are more efficient and engaging.

83

A self-storage company that provides monthly payment structures to make customers feel like they’re paying less in rent than they actually are.

83

A digital platform for temporary workers, offering access to a range of services, from transportation to housing, and last pay.

83

The startup is building an API for retailers to offer their customers the ability to pay for their purchases with their smartphone.

83

This company wants to replace the need for cashiers in grocery stores. It’s not just a vending machine that dispenses goods, but a multi-modal platform that handles payment and inventory. The company has partnered with major grocers, including Publix, Kroger, and Albertsons.

82

A startup that makes it easy for small businesses to collect payments from their customers. The startup offers free accounts for small businesses and is looking to eventually offer a freemium model.

82

This startup is building an online platform that gives sellers a way to sell their wares without needing to handle payment processing or risk taking customer service.

82

This app helps nail salons manage their clients, by giving them a way to check in, set appointments, and pay for services.

82

A startup that provides a service where you can pay a monthly fee to have a local sitter take care of your pet

81

A “Smart” lock service that allows users to pay for their own locks.

81

A startup that helps you pay your bills online and via text message.

81

A company that provides a way to buy and trade crypto at the best prices. It’s an app for iOS and Android that allows users to use crypto to pay for things.

81

A startup that makes it easy for companies to pay suppliers in real time. The system is meant to integrate with existing point of sale systems.

81

A SaaS platform for people to manage their cell phone accounts. It sits on top of a person’s existing carrier account and allows them to view their data and make payments. It’s in early beta.

80

A web-based platform for licensed landlords to manage tenant’s payments and communicate with them.

80

A tool for people to hire employees remotely and manage their payroll for them. It’s currently in a private beta with some 50 employers, including Y Combinator.

80

Idea : A mobile app that enables people to quickly book and pay for their parking tickets in the UK.

80

It’s a lifestyle music service, where you can access your library from any device and listen to the music in whatever order you want. You can also pay for a subscription to get access to a wider library.

80

A software company that creates an API for a network of processors and license holders to manage payments in real-time. The startup was founded by two former executives of Adyen, a global payment processing company.

80

This is a solution to help small businesses manage their tax and financial obligations. Their platform is built on Slack, helping you bill, collect, and send payments to your customers, which can be done through a simple, intuitive interface.

80

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.

80

The startup offers a service for home healthcare providers to create a payment plan for clients and get paid over time. It’s a service that competes with services like Care.com.

79

A personal finance service that helps people pay down their debt from multiple cards in a single monthly payment.

79

A startup that helps users send money and pay bills at no cost. Currently only available in the UK

79

The startup’s founders say that since launching a year ago, they’ve had over 6,000 paying customers.

79

A mobile app for people who want to pay rent with their phones.

79

A full mobile app, including complex Web and SMS APIs for processing payments.

79

A company that wants to take the lead in creating a system to pay for things at the point of delivery.

79

A startup that helps you pay for things with credit cards for merchants who may not have the traditional infrastructure.

79

If you want a car, the first thing you do is call your insurance company, and then you call your bank. The startup wants to automate this process and allow users to pay for their car insurance online with their bank account. It’s already working with AAA.

79

New startup that aims to take the pain out of student loan payments, using the debt to create scholarships for low-income students.

79

A digital music platform that provides musicians with a single revenue stream for fans who pay for their music

79

A startup that helps freelancers get paid up front, then moves that money to a business account if they don’t get enough gigs booked in a given period of time. Today it has paying customers in the US, UK, and Australia, and is profitable.

79

A startup that provides a service where people can get their resume reviewed by a professional (IE I pay $50 and I get my resume reviewed) !!!

78

A startup that helps people pay for things, whether it’s a ride or a cup of coffee. The startup charges a fee of $5.95/month to charge and pay for things, and there’s an option to opt in for free.

78

A way for companies to pay the bills of their employees in multiple currencies, with higher rates for those who live in the area.

78

Celadon is making a platform that helps companies recruit, hire and pay for freelancers.

78

Building a platform for talent recruiters, which shows them exactly how much they should be paying for a new hire.

78

A platform that allows consumers to make payments online for new or used products, and then track their orders.

78

A startup that goes after the 5 million small businesses that have yet to accept payments online. Their vision is to be able to “complete, manage, and reimburse small business invoices”.

78

A platform that links global banks, payment networks and businesses.

78

A simple way to find and pay for parking in the city of Chicago

78

Building a single-sign-on tool for other payment services.

77

A startup that aims to make a service for college students that helps them find and pay for housing, then pay it off through a loan.

77

A software company designed to make college affordable by allowing students to pay for it with credit.

77

A cashless system for secure payments

77

A “smart wallet” that uses crypto to make purchases and payments. The startup has raised $11.5M to date.

77

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.

77

Food delivery for restaurant kitchens — the company provides a central platform for kitchens to manage orders, and payment is handled via a proprietary service that only the restaurants can use

77

A mobile app that allows consumers to pay bills by scanning QR codes or barcodes.

77

A digital, mobile payment solution for women’s clinics.

77

A startup that helps companies manage their online payment options, integrating them into their own payment systems.

77

A new way for companies to pay employees, using a rewards-based system with no cash transfers. The company instead creates a digital savings account for employees, allowing them to track their earnings and also cashing out the money when they leave.

77

A startup that’s building an online marketplace for visual artists to sell their work to the world, with payment handled by Stripe.

77

This company is building a platform to help businesses with their HR needs. The company’s software helps companies automate processes like hiring, tracking benefits and payroll.

77

A student loan refinancing platform that allows borrowers to pay off their debt in a number of different ways, including a lump sum or a fixed payment.

77

A startup that aims to be a “one-stop shop” for HR, payroll, benefits and legal.

76

A B2B company that helps people sell their homes by taking photos, sending listings, and handling payments.

76

This startup is building a tool for banks to determine whether their customers are likely to pay back their loans.

76

A payment startup with a focus on offering a simpler payment experience for consumers in emerging markets.

76

Ona is a mobile workforce management tool that helps companies and employers manage their employees’ work schedules and attendance. Ona helps companies save money by reducing the amount of time they have to spend on payroll as well as on training new employees.

76

A platform that will let users pay their rent in crypto.

76

A payments company that offers a way for small businesses to pay for their own invoices. The founders say they’re aiming to replace “payroll” software.

76

A startup that helps employers manage their payroll, benefits, and insurance electronically, with a set of tools that include a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, an API, virtual and in-person support.

75

A P2P lending platform for businesses that don’t have the resources to build out the infrastructure to do their own payments.

75

A way to give consumers a decentralized payment system that they can use on all their favorite mobile apps. The startup wants to replace the existing centralized payment system for mobile payments with a more decentralized system.

75

A startup that’s building a service that will help companies keep track of when they need to calculate payroll taxes for their employees and what’s changed since that time.

75

A network for users that pay for comedy to get access to higher-quality content from sponsors.

75

A digital wallet for more than 200 countries, looking to integrate digital payments into businesses that don’t yet have them.

75

A startup that helps people sell a portion of their lifespans to pay for medical expenses. The company wants to make medical insurance more like life insurance.

75

A platform that allows businesses to pay contractors and freelancers via mobile, not PayPal. The startup wants to make it easier to pay contractors and freelancers for work, and avoid the headaches of payment processing.

75

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

75

This is an in-app payment system for coffee shops and diners.

75

A single app that lets you manage all of your work, from payments to invoicing, to taxes, and everything in between.

75

A tool to help teams effectively manage freelancers, with features like payment tracking and invoicing.

75

 A platform to help people pay for parking in a city using a smartphone.

75

Startup that allows users to pay for their Uber rides with their Chase credit card, resulting in credits to their card balance.

75

A B2B company that manages and delivers invoices, and pays the invoices.

75

A home energy service software company that helps users track and manage their energy usage in real-time. Anyone can install the service, which allows users to subscribe to a specific time frame or a whole week and pay $5 to $8 per day. Meant to help people save money on their energy costs.

75

Currently focused on the UK, a B2B company that enables people to borrow money from their employer via a payroll deduction. It charges 1% interest for up to 12 months, and the company keeps 2% of the loan amount.

75

Aiming to make it easier for people to use digital cash, the startup wants to make it easier for people to pay each other without the need to send money through a bank. They’re working to make digital cash as ubiquitous as a credit card.

74

Workers at companies like Google and Apple can get paid to do their job. The startup, which was founded in April, wants to make work day-to-day easier by integrating those jobs into payroll and HR, letting people switch jobs and be paid for the work they’re doing.

74

A micro-insurance company that insures the risk of non-payment for vendors and freelancers.

74

A simple tool for cafes and restaurants to manage and track the flow of their daily payments, with the ability to see trends and gain insights. The team came up with the idea while working at a local cafe in San Francisco.

74

A startup solving the student loan default crisis by letting borrowers streamline the repayment process.

74

A new way of paying for groceries using a credit card, with the goal of helping people make healthier, more affordable choices.

74

A platform that connects companies to freelancers via a web app. The startup accepts payments via PayPal and credit card.

74

New York City-based startup that helps schools manage their online course catalogs and payments.

74

A way to track and pay for university teaching gigs in India. The company says they already have payment processing partnerships in place in India and are looking to expand to other countries. SENSEI is one of the only companies that offer this kind of service in India.

74

Mixer is a dating app for people who want to meet others in a more social setting. It’s an app like Tinder, but it’s free to use and allows users to pay to chat with others.

74

A startup that sells a physical card that lets you pay for things with your phone.

74

A mobile payments product that allows shoppers to pay for items on any device that supports NFC. The startup is building a payment platform for apps and retailers, as well as a recharge service.

73

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

73

Cofounder Alex Zabludowicz co-founded this fintech company with his brother, Alex. It wants to make payments faster, cheaper, and more secure, with a focus on the developing world.

73

A platform that enables online businesses to easily take payments with a credit card.

73

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.

73

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.

73

A company that builds products that help people understand their finances and save money. It saves customers money in the form of lower interest rates and lower cost of credit, and it pays interest on all savings in a person’s bank account.

73

A startup that allows you to order take-out from a local restaurant and pay for it with your phone.

73

Builds a platform for businesses to share and compare information about their products, services, and employees. It has partnerships with companies like Linkedin, Mailchimp, and Stripe, allowing employees to upload their resumes, manage their accounts, and receive paychecks directly within the platform.

73

A startup that uses blockchain to rank and pay journalists for their work online.

73

A company that lets you find a local attorney and pay via credit card.

73

A platform for managing your entire spend, tracking your bills, managing your expenses across different payment systems, managing your accounts, and making it easy to compare everything against each other.

73

A platform that helps small business owners in India use their app to accept payments, and enables customers to pay with a couple of taps.

73

A free and anonymous account of all of your medical bills, keeping you from falling behind on payments and giving you peace of mind.

73

A startup that wants to do the work of a labor union for a company, helping its employees organize and fight for better pay and benefits on their own terms.

73

A SaaS platform that helps businesses manage their accounts receivable and payables. The company works with clients like Microsoft and Infosys.

73

A startup that wants to solve the “capital management” problem for enterprise software startups. Instead of companies managing all of their own financial resources, they plan to provide a service that helps startups manage their capital, paying for those resources as needed.

73

Tiller is a way to make workforce management more efficient, says the startup. It’s a B2B SaaS platform that allows companies to manage multiple company’s HR data, including benefits, payroll, time clock and benefits, and more.

72

A peer-to-peer mortgage marketplace, where borrowers could get a credit score, FICO score, and a monthly payment quote by asking friends to lend money to them.

72

A startup that helps companies with their HR technology, from recruitment to onboarding to payroll.

72

A company that allows people to pay their bills using bitcoins

72

This startup is building a platform to help people pay their rent using cryptocurrency.

72

A company building software that helps banks manage loans, with a particular focus on reducing the number of payments.

72

A text-messaging app that allows people to pay businesses via text message. The startup wants to replace the cashier at your local store.

72

A SaaS company that claims to let companies scale their mobile payments infrastructure as needed.

72

A startup that helps artists and bands promote online, connecting them with fans and listeners. The company charges artists a commission for promoted posts, and users pay a flat monthly fee for the service.

72

A new way to pay invoices online by eliminating the need to create and manage invoices. It allows online businesses to set up an account, specify a range of invoice amounts, and enter payment amounts.

72

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.

72

A tool for managing student debt, allowing users to “raise the rates they pay on student loan or credit card debt by a percent or more”.

72

A global payments platform, SendFriend is a virtual bank account and payments platform that allows users to purchase goods and services without a bank account. It’s similar to TransferWise but with a focus on emerging markets.

72

A network of kiosks that allows shoppers to pay for purchases with their phone. The startup wants to make mobile payments more convenient and easier to use.

72

A startup that brings the power of an “off-the-shelf” product like Uber or Airbnb to the small business owner. It makes the process of hosting, booking, and paying for a service as easy as booking a flight or an Uber.

72

A startup that looks to make it easier for the elderly to get a second smartphone. They’re looking to make it easy for the elderly to get a second smartphone when they’re already paying high smartphone bills. They’re launching in a few months and have already received a $250,000 investment from an angel group in the Valley that helps solve “pioneering problems in emerging markets.”

72

A startup that’s building out a platform to help users with recurring payments like subscriptions and digital products. The product helps people manage their recurring payments, and is already being used by 65,000 users with 30,000 active channels.

72

A startup that wants to improve the way you pay for car insurance, by eliminating the agent and cutting out a lot of the muss and fuss.

72

A startup that gets people to pay for a subscription to have someone come to their house and properly hang pictures

71

This startup is building software to allow retailers to offer a new way to pay for goods and to pay their employees. The software removes the need for cashiers, since customers can just request a payment from their phone.

71

A mobile platform that connects customers with local businesses via SMS, via text message. The texting platform is free for customers, and businesses pay a monthly fee ($6.95/month) to use the service.

71

This is a tool for helping restaurants manage employees, including payroll and schedules.

71

A new way to pay for goods and services. The app helps you request a payment and the mobile network operator (say, a mobile operator or telecom company) will generate a token that is then transferred to the merchant. The app will then notify the consumer to confirm the payment.

71

A startup that lets you split your take home pay between your employer and your spouse.

71

A new way to get paid for writing things, especially for writers who don’t want to write things for pay.

71

A payment platform for people who want to buy and sell stuff online but don’t have a bank account.

71

Idea: Schedule, organize, and pay for a group vacation

70

A health insurance product that allows people to pay monthly premiums for a low deductible, and then cover the rest.

70

A startup that helps online retailers manage transactions and inventory transactions on its platform. It handles payments, verification, tax, and refunds for its customers.

70

This startup is building a mobile banking platform that will allow small business to accept payments from their customers easily through their SIM cards.

70

The startup is working on a new type of mobile banking that’s mobile-first, and designed to provide easy access to traditional banking services like check deposits, bill pay, and direct deposit.

70

This company is building a service that helps small enterprises send and receive payments.

70

A startup that brings in a freelance marketer from anywhere in the world, and pays them a commission for their work.

70

A digital wallet that’s designed to serve the needs of women in China. Currently, the platform does not offer features that are common in the US, such as peer-to-peer payments, a feature that is required in China for transactions to be legal.

70

A company that helps companies market to their employees, allowing them to get the benefits of a health insurance program without an employer having to pay for it.

69

An API for professionals to find freelance gigs and manage their portfolios and payment, as a replacement for tools like Upwork and Fiverr.

69

An API for companies to manage their own payroll and benefits. The company wants to offer a better experience for companies, and says most payroll systems are “untimely, expensive, and less than customer-friendly.”

69

A startup that lets users pay their bills via credit card orders.

69

A software company that uses AI to predict your monthly credit card payments, based on your current spending.

69

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

69

A startup that wants to help companies build special-purpose blockchains for their use cases, eliminating the need to create an entirely new blockchain. The startup is currently focusing on the health industry, with an emphasis on micropayments.

69

A digital payments app for merchants in India. It aims to connect merchants with their customers via a mobile-first and friction-free interface.

69

A startup that lets you pay someone to help you out with a task. The startup claims to have more than 2,000 clients, with $4.7 million in paid labor.

69

A startup that provides a service where people can pay to have their trash and recycling picked up and taken away

68

A platform that makes it easier for people to pay their bills, like a digital version of money orders.

68

This startup is building a cloud-based, self-service administration platform for accounting, tax, and payroll. Their goal is to allow companies to scale their accounting practices and save them money.

68

 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.

68

A smart parking meter that allows drivers to pay for parking by the hour.

68

A start-up that allows you to pay for your Lyft or Uber ride using the credit you get back from your credit card company’s rewards program.

68

The startup says it’s a better version of the traditional “pay-once-and-get-everything” package that’s popular with consumers, which works well for a lot of products but can be hard for more high-tech products.

68

A company that wants to use search engine optimization to help restaurants pay less in sales tax. Currently the startup is trying to go through the tax process to prove that it can save restaurants money.

68

A platform for managing your international company’s global payroll

68

A B2B company that helps companies manage their supply chain operations more efficiently by streamlining it into a single network of vendors. The company helps companies manage and keep track of invoices, payments, accounts receivable, and accounts payable.

68

 A private-label membership-based platform that lets users pay to upgrade their access to health-related content.

68

 A data platform that helps detect, prevent, and mitigate fraud on all payments. It works with banks, Venmo, and Western Union.

68

Monzo has raised $1.43 million to bring a new way to pay for things to the UK.

68

The startup is building an alternative to the traditional paycheck. The company gets paid by employers, and in turn, pays employees in cryptocurrency.

67

A platform to pay bills, make payments, and send money internationally. The company says it can save money for consumers and businesses by making it easier to pay bills, send money internationally and transfer funds overseas more easily.

67

An online marketplace for home services and the services of other contractors. Users can find services and contractors by keywords, and pay with a credit card or PayPal.

67

A company that pays people in the developing world to write content for a fee. They’ve already signed up one client (Watsi, a non-profit that helps poor people in medical emergencies) and expect to sign up another soon.

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The startup pitches its platform as the “one-stop shop for all things HR”. It will offer HR software, payroll, and benefits management. It also recently raised $1.5M in seed funding.

67

A startup that helps landlords and tenants find each other and manage their rent payments.

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This startup is building a network for the more than 60 million people who don’t have bank accounts — but are still expected to receive a loan, rent payments, or pay utility bills. As a result, they often don’t have access to the basic financial services they need. Envelope lets them become a platform for next-day payment, and offers payment-by-phone for small transactions.

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A startup that lets users find and rent an apartment or house, then pay rent and utilities through a single platform using cryptocurrency.

67

A platform for enterprise app development. It lets app developers build apps on demand, with tools like user management, a marketing dashboard, a payment system, and more.

67

A SaaS tool that aims to help companies send out invoices and payments quickly and easily, with just a single click.

67

A company that connects retail stores with talented baristas. The startup offers the ability to get coffee from the comfort of one’s own home, and pay with a credit card.

67

A payments platform that allows merchants to accept credit card payments in-app.

67

A startup that helps people find a job at a company via a referral (ie Ikea hires you for a job but you don't know anyone there, so Ikea pays someone $1,000 if that person refers you to

66

A startup that provides a service where you pay $100/month and they will do all of your laundry and ironing

66

A tool for companies which allows them to set up a phone line to text customers. The idea is that companies can have a central number where they can text customers and the app can notify customers of late payments.

66

A startup that helps retailers process payments, and then sends them to the right bank. The team says they’re seeing a lot of traction with retailers in the US and Asia.

66

A platform that helps freelancers and remote workers receive payments and manage expenses.

66

The startup is building a B2B website for hairdressers to sell clients on services like color, highlights, or trim, and to manage payments.

66

A platform that helps small businesses manage their finances by bringing together all their bank accounts and credit cards into one dashboard for employees, and for employees to request payments.

66

An on-demand gig service that pays users with gift cards to merchants. The startup currently has two pilot customers in the UK, and plans to expand to the US in the coming months.

66

A new company that wants to help people in need, particularly those who can't afford to buy an iPhone. The founders say that for a typical customer, "you'd have to work about 30 years to pay off a plan that costs $350."

66

A startup that helps customers book restaurant tables, with a check-in and payment feature. It’s the first startup in India working on a restaurant booking app.

66

A financial services startup that helps companies and employees track their cash flow and financial status. The company is building a software platform that says can help companies manage their funds, from paying employees and issuing paychecks to buying inventory.

66

A quick and easy way to pay, accept donations, and market for nonprofits on the web using just a mobile number, email address, and name.

66

A company that makes digital wallets for vending machines, allowing users to pay with credit cards and cash.

66

A company that allows entrepreneurs to raise money with their credit cards (and pay back later with future earnings).

66

A startup that provides a service where you can pay a flat fee and get a bunch of random items from a specific category and that’s it

65

A startup that helps people find a way to pay for college that is better than what they are paying now, provided they can handle the debt on their own

65

This startup is using mobile payments to help small businesses pay their vendors directly from their phones, reducing the need to invoice and avoid late payments.

65

A digital “wallet” for rideshare drivers (that’s UberX, Lyft, etc.) to pay expenses like deductibles, gas and maintenance. The digital wallet eventually will allow drivers to take rides anywhere and pay their expenses without having to have cash on hand.

65

A social network that pays people to share their lives with others.

65

A company that makes a more efficient way for businesses to collect their payments. The startup offers a managed service that tracks payments and reports on status, and is a consultant for merchants.

65

A software platform that enables the sharing of carpooling services based on income levels, creating a price that includes how much it costs to get to work, how much your coworkers are willing to pay, and how much you’re willing to pay.

65

A community of users who are willing to pay $1 for a service in which they can stream movies and TV shows (about 1,000 movies and 2,500 hours of TV) using their mobile phones.

65

A SaaS company that helps companies with online payment solutions. The company was acquired by PayPal in 2012.

65

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

65

A mobile-only bank account for Brazil. A tiered account that allows individuals to pay bills and receive transfers.

65

A software company that aims to help employers and HR departments manage the cost of employee benefits. It aims to make it easier for employers to understand what they’re paying and how to improve it. They’re currently in talks with banks to offer a new product.

65

A platform for paying people who do things like plow your driveway and mow your lawn.

65

A startup that’s helping small businesses in the US automate payroll and create financial reporting with minimal cost. The company is now focusing on being a one-stop shop for small businesses.

65

A company that’s building a toolset for automating the process of sending out invoices. Their product helps companies like “hiring managers” send invoices to their clients, track payments, and get paid.

65

This startup wants to create a new digital currency that’s backed by a bank, and that can be used to pay for transactions in the physical world.

65

A startup that gives people access to low-cost, high-speed wireless internet in a place they’d otherwise have to pay for a fixed line.

65

A startup that provides a directory of people in your area who are willing to do small tasks for you (IE: I pay $25 and you go get my laundry washed and cleaned at the dry cleaner)

64

A startup that provides a service where people who need to move or clean up their house can pay someone a small amount of money to do it for them

64

A startup that connects real estate agents with renters, helping them negotiate and manage energy contracts and payments.

64

A company that helps to manage the accounting records of a business and allows them to easily pay their bills.

64

A digital product that detects, tracks, and pays a user’s monthly rent payments. Due to rent laws, a tenant in many areas may not legally be able to sign for a check until it’s been deposited. By the time they can, the landlord has already moved on to the next tenant, which means the tenant may have to pay the holdback fee.

64

A SaaS platform that builds and sells business software. Their most recent product was a payroll software for restaurants, which they’ve sold to multiple chains.

64

A tool for helping people pay off their student loans. The company has already started paying off over $3 million in loans for people who took out their student loans in the 1990s.

64

A digital wallet for micro-businesses that allows them to accept payments online and get payment cards in the mail. It provides a merchant account and payment card.

64

A startup that extends the integration of the Fintech API to make it easier for developers to integrate payments into their own app or website.

64

 A tool that builds a single, unified business profile for an employee. It allows companies to track the employee’s business performance, conduct employee reviews, and pay them for their time, without the need to manage each business individually.

64

A startup that makes online payments easier for small businesses in countries where digital payments are still in its nascent stages.

64

A startup that provides a service to help people with their website (ie I pay you $50 and you fix my website)

63

A tool to help event producers manage their social media posts, customer service, and other communications. It’s an ad-free, content-focused social media management tool with 15,000 paying customers.

63

A startup that helps parents plan a kid’s day, and pays them for it

63

A Chinese-American startup that’s building an app that makes it easier to pay for things online. The app is in private beta and is already available in Shanghai, Shanghai and other parts of China.

63

An online membership sharing network for businesses like Always 21, where people pay a monthly membership fee to access discounted travel and entertainment.

63

A platform that helps businesses with payroll, HR, and more.

63

Kava is building a tool for people who own coffee shops to pay their baristas via mobile payments.

63

A company that helps small businesses open bank accounts, and then allows them to pay employees & suppliers on the go with ease.

63

A new way for consumers to buy music and pay directly to artists. Sounding is a new way for fans to directly support artists they like with a “tip”, or a donation, that goes directly to the artist.

63

A platform for people to sell their used cars online. When a buyer agrees to buy your car, the app will handle the paperwork and payment.

63

This is a software company that helps companies send payments in the form of cryptocurrency.

62

A startup that wants to make it easier for people to sell their cars. It’s working to build a mobile app that makes it easier to sell a car, find customers, and manage payments.

62

A startup that makes it easy for retailers to accept payments from third-party app integrations, with plans to expand internationally.

62

A payment processor for small businesses that provides low-cost ATM withdrawals and cash-back payments. The company wants to partner with ATMs that have locations in underserved areas that have a high concentration of cash-carrying customers.

62

A tool that allows companies to engage with customers via Facebook Messenger and SMS. The company has built out a few integrations with vendors like PayPal, Uber, and Shyp.

62

The company is building an online tool to help businesses automate payroll and human resources, with features like time tracking and flexible pay.

62

The company is pairing the digital technology used by banks to process payments to the physical elements of a cash machine, such as a keypad and a printer, to create an end-to-end solution.

62

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.

62

A “one-time” payment service for reviews, where customers only have to pay once and then don’t have to pay again unless they choose to.

62

A payments app that can be used on any platform. The startup focuses on helping people save money by holding off on that $10 Starbucks drink for now.

62

A Square-like mobile payment system that focuses on retail, but with a focus on cashless transactions and no fees for the merchants.

62

A digital payments platform for small business owners that enables them to take payments in person, over email, or via mobile. It’s currently in private beta but plans to launch publicly next year.

62

A company that makes it easy for small businesses to accept payments via mobile phone. The startup says they’re working with 250+ companies in the UK, and have $3 million in revenue.

62

A company aiming to make tech easier to set up and use. Offerings include a virtual office, HR and payroll services.

62

An online tool for estimating the amount of money they’ll need for a down payment on a home.

62

SaaS marketing platform for e-commerce retailers, with tools for product listing, collection, payment processing, shipping, and customer support. The startup wants to make e-commerce more efficient.

61

A money transfer app for the Philippines that helps mobile users make mobile payments.

61

A platform for businesses to manage their HR — hiring, payroll, training, and more — from the cloud. The company’s pitch is that the platform can be used by all kinds of businesses, not just HR departments.

61

A way to pay for parking and city transit in order to reduce traffic and keep cities green.

61

A software development company based in Utah. They’ve built a platform that helps small businesses get paid faster by automating the process of bill-pay and credit card collection.

61

A new kind of payments solution that’s an alternative to a bank account.

60

A messaging app for the US government that allows users to set up a “digital safety net”. Users can set aside extra money to pay for medical bills, car payments, or other expenses. The government’s been piloting the app with its own employees.

60

An online shopping marketplace that uses mobile payment technology to allow customers to buy and sell items from their smartphones.

60

A company that helps small businesses get paid faster by paying out on their paychecks before they’re due.

60

A platform that helps people find the best way to pay for medical care. The startup’s mission is to make healthcare more affordable in the US and in Europe.

60

A company that wants to help businesses save money and time by letting customers pay for their services in cryptocurrency.

60

Startup that builds a platform to pay for parking with a credit card.

60

A company that’s building a tool for people to book and pay for apartment rentals.

59

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.

59

A startup that’s building a way for hospitals to automate payments between doctors and patients.

59

A mobile payments startup, focused on helping the unbanked in India, that’s created by a team of MIT grads that previously worked at a mobile payments company.

59

A subscription app that allows users to set up a recurring payment to a third party. The startup is building out a recurring payments API to serve as a base for other startups that want to create recurring payments solutions.

59

As we reported last week, Blue Capital is building a “wage engine” for the gig economy that will help people figure out how to actually pay their rent.

59

A startup that aims to make online payments seamless for millennials and other young people who are not interested in traditional banking It is now part of PayPal

58

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.

58

A meal-kit delivery service like Blue Apron or Plated, but aimed at people who like to cook and pay for it themselves.

58

A side project to Zenefits, a human resource software company, that automates payroll for small businesses by pulling data from Quickbooks.

58

A startup that builds a software platform that lets users track public transit and payment transactions from their computer.

58

A cloud-based accounting system that doesn’t just track payments but also helps companies track sales and inventory

58

A payment technology company that works with online retailers and e-commerce platforms. The startup uses blockchain technology to enable payments between the retailer and the customer. It has been featured on the “top 10 under-the-radar blockchain startups” from CB Insights.

58

A startup that helps users find and pay for public transportation in the UK, and lets them know when their bus or train is on schedule, and lets them track where they are on their route.

58

The idea is to help homeowners get a mortgage without paying a mortgage broker.

58

A financial-tech startup that is trying to provide small business owners and independent contractors with better ways to manage and pay their bills.

58

The startup’s app allows users to browse, book, and pay for hotel services using their smartphone without any of the usual frustrations from booking a room with a tech-less hotel website.

58

A healthcare startup that wants to make it easier for patients to pay out of pocket for healthcare.

58

A startup run by former Microsoft employee Jason Pelczer, that’s developing a system for companies to accept crypto payments for their enterprise software. The company is targeting companies in the financial services sector.

58

A payment platform that allows users to make payments without constantly having to pull out their phones. It’s meant to allow payments to happen in the background and utilize location data to make sure the person paying the bill can’t pay it twice.

58

A digital wallet for the workplace, with a rewards program that allows companies to pay their staff with their own money.

58

A digital credit card designed to help people pay for things by charging a small amount each time they use it.

58

A startup that provides a service where people can pay to have someone manage their social media accounts

57

A digital payment platform that allows consumers to pay with their accounts without ever entering a card number.

57

A platform that connects lenders to people who have bad credit to pay loans back on time. The company’s cofounder, David Leon, says the company is profitable, has more than $1.3 million in loans, and has been servicing loans for over a year.

57

A B2B service that helps companies manage their cash, payments and accounts via a single integrated platform.

57

A blockchain-based payment platform for digital content. The startup wants to replace the current system of content being bought and sold with a new one that’s decentralized, with long-term protection for the content and payment for publishers.

57

A startup that offers a platform that allows subscribers to pay for new channels using their trial subscription. This allows them to add all the channels they want without paying a bundle of money.

57

The startup’s goal is to make it easier for people to shop for vacation homes. They’re building a platform for people to search for vacation homes that they can then book and pay in one place.

57

A payment app that allows users to scan QR codes with the phone’s camera and pay the bill with a single click.

57

A platform that enables local retailers to accept payments from shoppers using mobile phones.

57

PlaceShare is a marketplace for sharing places, and is backed by Y Combinator. This startup is building a new payments system for sharing things.

57

A mobile app that allows users to find and book a taxi and pay for rides with their credit cards. Currently operating in the UAE.

56

A startup that lets you send and receive payments with your bank account, but also with your phone.

56

A company that helps businesses in the US and Canada use “reloads” from clients in China to avoid paying Chinese taxes

56

A startup that helps small businesses manage their supply chains. The app helps small businesses connect with their vendors, track orders, and automate the payment process.

56

A company that wants to help people pay their taxes. It wants to use Facebook as a portal to pay your taxes and automate the process.

56

This is a startup that wants to help people find creative ways to pay their bills.

56

In the US, there are a lot of jobs that pay the minimum wage. The startup is based in the Philippines, and its founder says it’s easy to get a job there for the minimum wage, but hard to get paid more.

56

A startup that helps business send out invoices, collect payments, and generally manage a business’s finances.

56

A tool for companies to track their expenses and see how much they pay in overhead.

56

A mobile payments company that provides a way to pay in-app purchases through Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay.

56

A way for businesses to get name-brand products without paying the mark-up.

56

A tool for using the internet to create and sell video content. It functions more like a go-between for videographers and content owners, creating a more direct, streamlined process for rights and payments.

56

A payments company that lets users of services like Stripe and PayPal process recurring payments like car insurance or mortgage payments in a few clicks. It has raised $2.9 million from investors including Y Combinator and is currently in private beta.

56

An “incredibly fast” and “less expensive” way to process credit card payments on the web.

56

A payments company that is building a platform to replace your bank account with a mobile app.

55

A startup focused on helping to lower the cost of the gig economy. They provide a platform for workers to outsource tasks as much as they need, and helps clients with tasks like hiring, HR, and payroll.

55

They’re a blockchain company that uses a smart contract to help companies manage collateral and loan payments.

55

A startup that aims to make it easy for companies to pay contractors and freelancers by making it easy to build and manage a payment system.

55

A platform that saves time for freelancers by allowing them to quickly find, book, and pay invoices, and receive payments in their account.

55

A company that wants to solve a problem for small businesses: they’re struggling to get their customers to pay. Shopin makes it easier to create a loyalty scheme for their customers by helping them create a personal account and tie it to their business account. Shopin also has a small business version that can help businesses combine rewards programs from multiple platforms into one.

55

A micro-payment platform for small businesses and freelancers. The startup is building a platform that enables small businesses and freelancers to accept micropayments via PayPal or their own branded payment processor.

55

A platform for helping students better understand college loans, with an interactive quiz that helps students create a personalized repayment plan.

55

A white-label company that sells customer data to insurance companies, but the startup says the data it offers is less than what a company buying data from a broker would pay for. Instead of buying a person’s data from a broker, Vitality starts with a person’s data from 3rd party sources and helps them create a profile.

55

The startup wants to bring order to the insurance claims process by cutting out the paperwork and paying a claims adjuster to handle the paperwork for you.

55

A way to make paying taxes easier, with a tool that lets you pay your taxes in a way that’s more efficient than the IRS’ online tools. The startup also wants to make the tax process more predictable and transparent by providing a taxpayer’s tax form for every state, and giving an estimate of what the liability is.

55

An on-demand video platform that pays users to watch video ads.

55

A company that helps companies with their cash flow problems by managing their payroll and invoicing.

54

The smart contract-based system will give customers their monthly phone bill, as well as their statement of account and the option to pay online.

54

A payment system for small businesses with physical locations, like a barbershop or a dry cleaner.

54

a mobile payments system for India. The startup is pitching itself as a cheaper alternative to the likes of Google Wallet and Paytm.

54

A startup that launched in March 2019 that provides real-time fraud protection for transactions on Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay.

54

A B2B platform that serves the needs of HR and finance departments to manage their rosters and payrolls.

54

A global payments company that wants to help small business owners get paid.

54

Helps users find the best deals on flights, hotels and car rentals. The startup allows you to search for flights, hotels, car rentals and more, and then allows you to filter the results by price, location, amount, and whether you’d like to pay with cash or credit card.

54

A tool for online bill pay. The company is in beta mode, but is already seeing traction with enterprises.

53

A payment startup that offers a money transfer service for small and medium-sized businesses. The company has a network of partners that cover 90% of all businesses.

53

A $100 credit card designed for students who want to pay down debt.

53

A student loan refinancing startup that helps students pay off their loans before they graduate.

53

A desktop application that allows people to quickly and easily pay their bills, from utility companies to credit card companies.

53

A tool that helps small businesses, specifically those in the restaurant industry, manage and pay all of their in-house expenses, from utilities to payroll. In the US, their core customers are restaurants.

53

A way to facilitate payment between people that live in countries that have different currencies.

52

A next-generation restaurant delivery app that allows users to order food, track it and pay, all through a mobile app. What They Deliver is putting a new business model on the table to help restaurant owners grow their companies.

52

A platform for the self-employed that automates their payroll process, so they can spend more time doing what they love. It’s a great story about how an app is designed to solve an employee’s problem, but can also be built with their customers in mind.

52

A startup that offers an online subscription service to pay for parking in downtown San Francisco. The startup also offers a mobile app that allows customers to pay for parking without going into an office.

52

The company’s purpose is to help finance businesses manage their payrolls. They’ve already signed up over 17,000 companies across the US.

52

A company that helps you track, manage, and pay for your cable and internet bill.

52

A way for Google to pay its interns.

52

A startup that wants to build a platform for physical goods merchants to sell online and receive payment in real time.

52

A startup that provides a way for people to book and pay for their medical appointments from their mobile phones, the startup plans on democratizing the healthcare system by making it more accessible to the general population.

51

This startup helps businesses accept payment in cryptocurrency through a platform that breaks up transactions into small, everyday transactions that are easier to process.

51

It’s a way for companies to distribute benefits to employees without increasing their payroll costs.

51

The goal of the company is to replace the lack of dedicated parking spots for delivery people by creating a “park and pay” system.

51

An API that lets customers pay any merchant in the world, directly through their website, with no credit-card processing fees.

51

A software platform that allows small businesses to “pay anyone in the world in less than a second”.

51

A simple solution that allows people to track and pay for their electricity, gas, and water bills. The company wants to make paying bills easier than it is today and aims to cut costs for customers as a result.

50

A business to business payroll service. The SaaS product helps small to mid-size businesses with payroll.

50

In India, there are millions of small businesses that don’t have a bank account. ManageBharat is a mobile app that helps these businesses manage transactions, pay taxes, and keep their books straight.

50

A startup that helps entrepreneurs in San Francisco to get paid faster, and in the process, cuts down on fraud and lost payments.

50

A for-profit company that wants to create a social network for “sponsored content” where brands pay to influence public opinion.

49

 A business that helps small businesses get paid online, through a service that takes payments online and then processes them later.

49

This startup is building a service that helps companies manage their employee benefit programs with a single platform, and will take a slice of the companies’ profits to pay for the service.

49

A platform for companies to more easily and securely accept digital currencies, with plans to integrate with all major payment gateways.

49

A startup trying to bring payments made through a physical credit card to cash-only establishments. The startup is pitching its service as a way to bring cash-only businesses into the digital age.

49

A tool that helps people manage their rent payments, creating a digital ledger of when payments are made, and of any late fees or collection calls.

49

A company that provides a service that lets customers pay for their groceries using a credit card without having to carry cash.

49

A company that aims to simplify the process of buying and selling used goods online in the US, and in the UK, with the aim to make it easier than eBay or Craigslist. The startup currently has 2,000 members, each paying a monthly fee.

49

A company that wants to improve the way people pay for airline tickets. The startup is building a new online travel booking platform that they say will help travelers get the cheapest and best seats, and even get upgrades.

48

This startup is building a software platform to help people, from mom-and-pop shops to large retailers, to accept payments from more than one bank at a time.

48

An “API for the public sector,” offering a portal for payments, project management, and services.

48

A platform that allows for GPS-enabled payments where customers can pay for parking at over 3,000 locations in the U.S. via their smartphone.

48

A platform for recruiters, meant to help them find talent. The startup, which was founded in May, already has 2 paying customers.

48

A platform for video creators to monetize their content, using direct marketing and payments.

48

A payments company that serves high-volume ecommerce merchants. It’s in the process of launching a service that will enable online sellers to offer rewards to buyers.

48

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.

48

BookNow is a service for online ordering and payment for food, flowers, theater tickets, and more. The company claims it has sold over $10,000 worth of tickets in four months. They’re also getting some attention from investors.

47

An API and a mobile app for Paypal. The startup aims to let Paypal users create personal online banking accounts and hold them in one place.

47

This startup helps users of their service keep track of their prescriptions and keep track of their pill tracking. The startup currently has a 10% retention rate, and one customer from Taiwan is paying them $6,500 per month.

47

An online payments solution for small businesses in the finance, insurance, and healthcare verticals.

46

An iOS app that lets you get a ride with a stranger to get to work, without you having to pay for the ride.

46

A company that offers pay-as-you-go and monthly subscriptions for internet-connected gadgets.

46

A tool to help people manage large groups of employees and keep track of their expenses, payroll, and benefits.

46

A software for handling payments for online services, like Amazon.

46

Create a new way for people to get their money from the bank. Give people a way to borrow and pay back small amounts of money to their bank electronically.

46

A payments company that connects merchants with payment processing services.

46

A financial service for freelancers, contractors and agencies. The service helps freelancers and agencies with payroll.

46

 A third-party insurance company that offers $0 monthly premiums to customers who pay in full every month.

46

A payment platform with built-in security safeguards.

46

A payment API for individuals and businesses to manage their payment types and preferences. The startup is looking to make it easier for people to get paid and make payments.

45

This startup is a monthly subscription service that aims to make cross-border payments as easy and frictionless as possible.

45

A Chicago-based startup that wants to make parking a breeze using an app that allows drivers to pay for parking via their phone.

45

A cross-border remittance platform that allows people to pay for international payments in US dollars.

45

A company that aims to make it easier to pay utilities like electric and water bills.

45

Tired of paying hefty overdraft fees, this startup wants to make banks obsolete and hand them over to their customers, who can then pay bills and get cash advances directly from their bank accounts.

45

A company that helps companies with things like payroll, benefits, and HR services

45

A digital platform for retailers to sell products without needing to collect payments.

45

This is a startup that is building a new way to pay taxes. It’s a web-based tool that allows people to fill out their taxes with other people who are filing their taxes.

44

A startup that offers an online platform for medical billers to more easily collect payments from patients.

44

A startup that's creating a digital bank statement for businesses, allowing them to see and manage all their expenses, payments, and payments receipts.

44

This company wants to be a payment platform for businesses that want to accept cards from both Visa and Mastercard, including Square of course.

44

A data-driven company that makes a program that helps people pay their utility bills every month. The startup is focused on helping customers keep their utility bills at a minimum.

44

A company that builds a platform that allows consumers to pay for their memberships in advance. The startup is in the US, but has plans to expand to Europe.

44

A digital payments service for US consumers

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A platform for small businesses that wants to help its users automate tasks like invoicing, tracking inventory, and managing transactions. The startup processes payments and can automate tasks.

44

A “digital credit card” for the blockchain-based payments market.

44

A company that allows employees to set up standing orders and bank payments for their customers

44

A crowdfunding platform for groceries, with a twist. The startup has built a technology that allows customers to scan the barcode of a product and order it for pickup at a grocery store, then pay via the platform.

43

A startup that provides a way to share rental payments in the UK. The company wants to make it easy for small businesses to pay someone else’s rent rather than their own.

43

A product that helps brands increase their Instagram influence without paying for it.

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A startup, built for the construction industry, that helps manage suppliers’ payment terms

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A startup that lets you issue your own token that can be used to grow a business or pay for a service. It’s based on the ERC20 token standard.

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A credit card that rewards its customers for giving back to the community. Instead of paying a flat fee for the credit card, customers are charged based on the number of points they earn for charitable donations.

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A startup for direct sales of international travel, with a focus on leisure travelers. The startup provides an easy way to book and pay for the flight with a credit card and splits the commission with the travel agent.

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 A French company that runs AI-based time tracking software for employers, helping them monitor employees’ time and pay them accurately.

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A startup that wants to help restaurants get paid more quickly by having customers pay for their food with Square.

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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 startup that makes a tool allowing any organization to track their contributors and payments in real-time. The startup is currently focusing on helping NGOs track the status of their contributions.

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A SaaS platform that connects people who own debt with people who want to pay it off. The company says it’s already signed up “a few hundred” users.

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A way to make payments and transactions easier for the 2 billion people that still don’t have access to credit cards.

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A digital process for companies to track and manage contracts, from procurement to invoicing and payments, all from a single platform.

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CaseReev is a mobile checkout company that allows users to scan the barcodes of items in stores and pay with their mobile phones. The startup raised $1.1 million last year

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The company aims to be a “banking for millennials” that offers high-yield savings accounts. It’s a way for younger consumers to build their savings without having to pay a premium for the privilege.

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A home security company that uses sensors to monitor the security of a home or building, paying users a fee for each intrusion detected.

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A company looking to make it easier for employers to manage payroll and benefits, with a “plus one” benefit that helps employees get paid more if they have a dependent.

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A startup that wants to take your credit card data and have it automatically pay your bills, so you never have to pay a late fee.

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A payment platform for mobile airtime cards and prepaid calling cards

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A mobile app that helps you build up your savings to reach a goal, like a new car or a down payment on a house. It’s currently UK-based, with expansion to the US planned for 2020.

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A platform that allows brands to have their own private Instagram account, allowing them to advertise and interact on a brand’s feed without having to pay to do so.

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A software platform that facilitates the integration of payments into software apps, making it easier for developers to build and monetize their apps.

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A platform to save money on airline tickets for frequent travelers. The company’s software automatically determines how much you’d pay each way to get to a particular destination, based on your previous travel history.

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An HR platform for employers to manage all of their employee data, from payroll to benefits, and employee data.

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A payroll company, where employees get paid bi-weekly.

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A startup that wants to bring affordable, secure storage to small and medium sized businesses. The company is focused on providing remote access to business owners who would otherwise have to pay high prices to store things in their own homes.

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The company launched an online tool to help local governments manage payroll and other administrative functions.

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A B2B service hopes to help companies with electronic invoices, payments, and better employee communication.

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A startup that aims to integrate payments into customized retail experiences. The startup helps retailers connect with shoppers, and it’s already in a few pilot programs.

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A payment service for freelance work that will make it a lot easier for people to pay their taxes.

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A startup that allows companies to make payments to contractors via Amazon Web Services.

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A startup that helps consumers track their bills, get alerts when bills are coming due, and pay off them early with interest.

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A company that plans to create a new kind of payments system that is more secure, transparent, and consistent across the globe. It aims to be a way for the entire world to transact in cash.

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A company that’s building tools that send and receive money from people’s bank accounts. Using the software, people can send money to each other and keep an account for receiving payments. The app can be used by anyone in the country, and is available to customers through a bank account in the US.

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A tool for quick and easy online payments. The startup’s founders say that customers are demanding a more efficient way to pay. They are planning to launch a product in the next few months.

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This startup wants to create a unique way to pay for items online that goes beyond a checkout. It allows payment to be made with a phone’s fingerprint, and will allow merchants to accept payment in-app. They have released a beta app which has been downloaded by 2,000 users. It plans to release a full app in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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A payments app for freelancers, agencies, and agencies. The startup wants to help businesses manage and pay for freelancers.

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A payments company that uses the Ethereum blockchain to “build a decentralized, secure, and transparent payments network.”

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A platform that helps customers pay for services from companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash through a single checkout page.

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A platform that enables people to crowdsource and “pay it forward” their expertise to help others

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A solution for restaurants to manage their daily operations, including ordering, inventory, and payroll. The founders say that they currently have over 80 customers, including Chipotle and Starbucks.

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A digital currency for the global market. It’s first product is a stablecoin for local currency payments in the US and across the world.

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A platform for online retailers to sell products, primarily on Amazon, Shopify, and AliExpress. The startup wants to provide more of a full platform for e-commerce companies, allowing them to accept payments, manage inventory and payment processing, and integrate with Stripe to get paid.

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A platform for companies to send and receive money from customers and suppliers very cheaply. It aims to be the PayPal of the developing world.

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A startup that’s building a payroll management software for small businesses.

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A company that aims to make the process of paying for parking more efficient, by allowing drivers to pay for parking on-the-go.

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The company is building a B2B payments platform for small and medium businesses

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A startup that helps users keep track of their transactions, making it easy for them to make sure that they don’t over- or under-pay for mundane items.

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An advertising platform for artists that uses blockchain technology to smooth out the payment process. ArtPro is building a DApp on Ethereum that will allow artists to sell their digital work directly to their fans.

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This startup starts with a mobile app that can take payments for rent.

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A company that helps companies manage their HR functions. The company’s software enables companies to manage their employee records like mortgages, healthcare, and credit cards, and their payroll, benefits, and retirement.

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Helps companies manage their customer relationships, including payments, strategy, and communication.

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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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This startup is building a way to keep track of employees’ work hours, salaries, and benefits. It’s building a proprietary software that allows companies to do this, and takes the place of a payrolling system.

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A company that makes it easier to find, book, and pay for limo rides via the web.

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A platform for serving meals to customers who walk into your restaurant. The startup wants to enable customers to order food from a menu, have it made when they arrive, and pay for it through a mobile app.

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A new payments company, which provides its own service for quick and easy vendor management, and then allows companies to integrate the service into their own payment processes.

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A mobile payments company that uses a combination of SMS and M2M to allow merchants to accept payments directly from their customers.

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Only 1% of all workers in the US have their overtime legally included in their paychecks. This startup wants to be the alternative. They’re building a mobile app that tracks time and automatically computes overtime pay.

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A software company trying to solve the problems with digital payments in developing markets, where mobile banking is still a novelty. The startup wants to provide a solution that’s simple, easy, and secure.

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A tool that allows employers to set up a pay stub, and then automatically file it with the IRS for you. The startup is working with the IRS to use the tool to help create a better federal tax system.

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A tool that makes it easier for employers to administer automated payroll.

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A startup that wants to help banks scale payments using the cloud by letting them use APIs to let others tap into their systems.

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This startup is building a platform for restaurants to manage their staff’s schedules and payments. Redshift is essentially a company payroll app that helps restaurants manage their scheduling and payroll in a scalable way.

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A platform that helps pay for and schedule a ride with a driver in minutes. The startup has raised $200,000 and has 2 employees.

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A payment solution for contractors and service providers. The company has a base of high-volume users in the US and is looking to expand internationally.

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A software company that sells software that allows companies to manage their workforce data, including payroll, benefits, and hours.

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This startup is creating a tool for small businesses to manage their finances by sending invoices and tracking payments.

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A $50 million per year B2B startup that gathers data from credit card transactions, then matches the data to the person’s payment history to make sure they’re getting fair credit.

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A startup that helps businesses put in place nightly automated processes. The founders say their product helps companies be more efficient and automate processes like payroll, warehouse operations and inventory control.

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A tool that helps companies calculate their healthcare costs, prices, and monthly payments.

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A “street level” mobile app that helps users select a local driver to take them to their destination, and pay for the trip via the app.

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A B2B company that aims to help retailers manage all of their account receivables (credit cards, store cards, and payment cards) from a single platform. The company is selling to retailers and merchants in the US and Latin America.

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A tool that helps freelancers find work, with tools for payment, contracts, and invoices.

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A new payment option for cities. The startup is giving cities a new way to pay for things, with programs that work with existing infrastructure but also with the company’s own private network.

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 A healthcare platform for middle-income families, providing a healthcare insurance plan with a copay that’s lower than what they normally pay.

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A tool for paying contractors on a monthly basis, designed to be simple and easy to use for small businesses.

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A point-of-sale application for restaurants, allowing them to accept payments online and mobile.

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A software company that helps businesses figure out how much they’re paying for electricity, and then sets up a cash flow model to ensure they’re using less electricity. The company has a database of over 1,000 utility companies that it uses to calculate the cost of electricity.

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A startup that helps employers automate easy tasks like payroll, benefits, and benefits eligibility.

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A B2B “banking for business” startup that helps clients with business banking needs, including payroll, invoice financing, and other financial services.

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This startup is building a digital revolution in the world of trash. Trash2Use converts waste into useful products, and gives you the opportunity to pay for the items you use.

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A free online tool for freelancers that simplifies the process of finding reliable clients, vetting them for quality, finding payment terms, and more.

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A toolkit that lets companies through its own platform to administer their own payroll and benefits programs.

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A simple, secure online payment tool, similar to Paypal. The app allows users to send money to friends and businesses in their area.

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A two-sided marketplace for ads, designed specifically for blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and backed by Y Combinator. The platform will allow publishers and advertisers to sell digital advertising at an auction, then use smart contracts to facilitate payment.

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A company that wants to help companies of all sizes automate their payroll, in order to save on payroll and reduce errors.

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A tool for small businesses to set up their own internal and external Payoneer accounts, and use the platform to make payments, invoicing, and other tasks.

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A payments startup that helps merchants accept all major credit cards by charging them the same price. PayMill charges the merchant a flat 2.5% fee for every credit card transaction.

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A mobile app that connects users to the best local organic food, and helps them pay for it with their credit card

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Employees can request a new car or plane ticket, with the company paying for it. It’s like a traveler’s club without the fees.

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A platform that allows customers to make recurring payments — and keep money in the bank — for things like gym memberships or recurring mortgage payments.

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A company that’s building a platform where you pay a monthly fee to use a service to manage your contractors. The startup is taking a page from the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system, which lets banks settle payments between banks.

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A music subscription service that pays artists based on how much music people listen to. The company is already in talks with artists to create original content and bring it to their platform.

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A company that helps people with student debt consolidate their debts and pay them off, sometimes with a single monthly payment.

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A company that integrates with the payroll system of a company to let employees pay certain bills with a single click.

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A micro-task marketplace to help people find work, and help businesses manage the process of hiring and paying, while getting more things done.

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