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An educational tool that helps students in the US get certificates from universities around the world. The startup helps students get their credits in real time, with a guarantee that their credits will transfer to the school they’re attending.


A platform that helps companies transfer money to individual employees in different locations. It’s a way for companies to have more control over the money they spend and track where it goes.


A gift card company that helps restaurants and retailers transfer money between countries.


The startup helps companies scale their drone usage by allowing flight data to be transferred from one drone to another and to the cloud.


A company that takes you through the process of getting a new phone. It’s an app that goes through the process of registering your phone, buying a SIM, getting a new phone and transferring your data with you.


Digix wants to create a gold standard for digital currencies, with the goal of making a digital currency that can be stored and transferred digitally. The company wants to create a way for buyers, sellers, and investors to exchange digital currencies and reap the benefits of a global digital currency.


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.


A money transfer service where people can send money to family members without having to deal with the banking system.


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


A mobile money transfer app for businesses


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.


A peer-to-peer money transfer service for friends, families, or businesses. The startup plans to fund the business via a $1.5 million seed round, and is building a mobile app to help its members send money internationally.


A software platform that lets people transfer money between their bank accounts, and their credit cards.


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.


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.


A company that turns a smartphone into a credit card terminal for money transfers.


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


A way for people to send each other money, for a fee. You can transfer $50 of money to someone without them having to come to a bank. There’s a mobile app that allows people to receive and send money, and an online interface for people to see all their transactions.


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.


A machine learning tool that helps companies assess which employees are most likely to be able to transfer to a new job.


A startup that allows for the “immediate and transparent” transfer of assets from a seller to a buyer, without the need for an escrow.


A simple mobile money transfer service for the African market. The startup is based in Kenya and is trying to solve a problem that’s been around for decades, but hasn’t gotten a lot of attention.


The company’s target market is the 50 million people in India who have mobile phones but do not have bank accounts. The app uses SMS and a mobile number to allow the user to transfer money into their account.


A solution for clients that want to use the blockchain to transfer assets.


Not just a one-click solution for saving and transferring contacts, but a true platform for managing them. It allows users to create branded groups of contacts, and then schedule calls among them. It’s ad-free, secure and can be used on both iOS and Android.


The startup says it is “a bridge between the consumer and the supplier,” and is “optimized for fast response and the real-time transfer of information.”


A digital wallet for people who need to make international transfers. The startup, which has raised $7.5 million to date, says that customers can now use their accounts to transfer funds to other countries while paying lower fees.


A startup that helps people develop a retirement plan, track what their savings are and transfer them to a new retirement home. The startup is in nine other countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.


A virtual assistant with a chatbot-like interface to help schedule meetings, find flights and help with transfers. The startup doesn’t have any funding yet, but has a strong technical team.


A peer-to-peer (P2P) payment app that allows you to transfer money to your friends and family.


A startup that wants to build a decentralized banking system. The founders say that banks are creating systems that are too expensive and too clunky to be used, and that the market is underserved — especially by credit cards, which are used by everyone in the world, but for which there’s no good way to transfer money across borders.


A company that helps food trucks get paid for food that was previously ordered but never delivered, taking the hassle out of money transfers and payments.


This startup wants to bring the benefits of paperless medical records to India. They’re currently looking to partner with hospitals in India to make it easier to transfer medical records.


A French startup that wants to bring a more accessible way to access financial services to the unbanked in developing countries. The startup is building a mobile app that connects to the bank account of the unbanked, and then allows them to make international transfers and even cash out to a local currency.


A money transfer service for the African market. The startup is launching in Cameroon in August and will expand to other countries as it progresses. The founders say their product is already being used in more than 60 countries.


A global money transfer service that lets you send money to other people in a country without a bank account.


This blockchain-based protocol enables the creation of new digital assets that can be traded on a peer-to-peer basis. It is designed to support the issuance of new assets and the transfer of value between existing assets, and can be used to provide financial access to unbanked individuals.


A text-based banking app that helps users make secure payments, like transferring money into a friend’s bank account.


The startup holds a patent on a new type of printing process that uses a liquid to transfer the ink to the paper, eliminating many of the problems with traditional printing. The startup now wants to take that technology and apply it to the production of everything from paper to fabric.


A money transfer service for the A.I.B. family of countries. It aims to streamline the exchange of money from individuals to governments and vice versa.


A way to transfer money from a bank account to a prepaid card.


A platform for the $2.4 trillion international money transfer market.


A startup that helps you set up new accounts in seconds, and instantly transfers funds from your other accounts


Fintech startup for facilitating money transfers between countries. Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Myanmar, its beta version allows users to send and receive money online via mobile phones.


A global payments company that wants to reduce the friction of international money transfers and make them easy and seamless for consumers. The startup’s product is a platform that uses “local currency bias” to make international transactions as easy as possible.


A kind of “digital cash” that’s fully digital, works anywhere, and doesn’t require a fee to transfer money.


This startup wants to create a solution that allows users to send payments and send security codes to each other, eliminating the need to get a physical transfer.


A “middleman” for moving foreign currency between banks, the startup will offer a service that automatically transfers a customer’s funds from a U.S. bank account to a foreign bank account.


This platform provides a way for people to “pay friends with bitcoin”, essentially allowing you to transfer money to a friend in a peer-to-peer way.


This startup helps companies by helping them automate the tedious processes in their call center. The company helps companies “automate the pain” by making it easier for workers to handle certain tasks in the call center, such as making customer greetings, answering simple questions, and transferring a call to another agent.


A blockchain-based platform for decentralized email, where it’s possible to do email transfer by scanning QR codes.


A company focused on creating a better way to handle and transfer money in digital platforms.


A B2B startup that helps companies transfer money to emerging markets, by leveraging the global network of cash transfer organizations.


A tool for crowdfunding on the blockchain, where the funds are held in a wallet, instead of a bank or payment processor, and can be transferred to multiple investors.


A payment platform that uses the Ethereum blockchain to automatically handle payments and money transfers between parties.


This startup wants to help students pay for college by cutting out the middleman. With EnrollMe, students can set up online accounts at their schools, then buy the school's textbooks, pay for the school's dorms and student meal plans, and then transfer those funds directly to their school.


This is a service that provides a way to transfer large amounts of money to a friend or family member, the company claims it’s cheaper than the international wire transfers it aims to compete with, with a 3% fee.


Idea: This startup is building an alternative to Paypal for international money transfers, with a focus on Mark Zuckerberg’s favorite country, India.


A startup that can be used to track and facilitate the transfer of funds from one party to another


A startup that provides customers with the ability to pay bills, bank transfers, and other expenses with their mobile phones. The company’s founders say they’ve already signed up 300,000 users and are working to expand their service to other countries.


A tool that helps consumers purchase and manage their credit data and manage their accounts. The app allows people to check their account balances, transfer money, and see all of their bills.


Idea: A B2B company that builds a tool for banks to make it easier to transfer money between their accounts


A startup that transfers the videos and pictures from your old phone to your new phone


A startup that allows you to transfer funds from a card (like a credit card or bank card) to a bank account using an API (application programming interface) instead of a physical card


 A startup that allows customers to transfer money to others in their country using a mobile app.