Divorces are traditionally terrible. But Wevorce, a Y-Combinator-backed startup that has just launched into general availability, wants to change that and make the process of divorce more amicable and less expensive.
Y Combinator welcomed five new partners to its elite cabal today and said goodbye to one.
Editor's Pick Y Combinator-backed Verbling is a platform that connects people online to practice speaking foreign languages together. Today, the startup introduced Verbling Courses, a new product that seeks to make students proficient as quickly as possible.
CrowdMed is a crowdsourced medical diagnosis platform. The company participated in the most recent Y Combinator class and launched publicly today with $1.1M in funding from top-tier investors.
With funding from Reid Hoffman's Greylock and other famous investors, Recurious could stand out among education app-makers.
Flightcar will not only give you free parking at the airport, but will pay you to rent out your car while you're gone. The company got $5.5 million in its first round of funding today.
Personal finance startup SmartAsset has significantly expanded its platform that provides people with tools they need to make better make home-buying decisions.
Today, Y Combinator company Hipset introduced a multichannel YouTube network that helps musicians grow and monetize their online audience.
Balanced, which provides backend payments solutions for online marketplaces, adds $2 million into its seed round after six months of strong momentum.
In huge news for the venture capital world, the SEC officially announced that it will not recommend enforcement action against online investment platform FundersClub.
Prizeo's online raffles give anyone the opportunity to share experiences with their favorite celebrities, for a good cause.
Watsi is a crowdfunding platform that helps fund basic medical treatments for people in need.
Microryza is a crowdfunding platform for scientific research projects.
Wevorce combines family law expertise with software to make the divorce process cheaper, more friendly, and easier on everyone involved.
The new Silicon Valley handshake is a four-step digitally-enhanced process.
Video advertising platform Virool raises $6.6 million in seed funding, which is the largest seed round in Y Combinator's history.
Customers of Coinbase, a platform for buying and selling digital currency Bitcoin, have bought or sold more than $1 million worth of Bitcoin in the past 30 days.
"App for two" Couple scoops up British competitor, adds new features, promotes thumbkissing.
42floors raises new funds to better connect companies without office space and office space without companies.
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