Post Tagged with: "Dyme"

Kasisto Introduces KAI, a Smart Bot for Banking

Kasisto Introduces KAI, a Smart Bot for Banking

by June 28, 2016 at 1:34 pm 6 comments

Are bots taking over banking? Yesterday, a Danish bank introduced a bot for simple queries (and soon, transactions) and earlier this month, San Francisco-based startup Dyme, a member of the Spring 2016 Bank Innovation INV class, released a prototype of a Facebook messenger bot whose functionality mirrors that of Dyme’s SMS-basedRead More

Dyme Releases Prototype of First Facebook Financial Chatbot

Dyme Releases Prototype of First Facebook Financial Chatbot

by June 8, 2016 at 11:46 am 3 comments

In what is believed to be a first, Dyme has developed a prototype of a Facebook Messenger bot for financial services.  Dyme, the text banking startup, gave Bank Innovation a sneak peek at the savings chatbot, which mirrors Dyme’s text application. Dyme is one of six startups in the springRead More

Say Hello to Our Spring 2016 Class of Startups

Say Hello to Our Spring 2016 Class of Startups

by April 28, 2016 at 11:00 am 0 comments

Bank Innovation INV, this blog’s fintech accelerator, is pleased today to announce the six extraordinary startups that have been admitted to its inaugural class. The companies selected from applications received from startups around the world are: CrossCues Dyme GoldBean Hermetic Security Spare We Are Briqs The companies, chosen after a comprehensiveRead More

The Call for ‘Trust’ in Fintech Startups

The Call for ‘Trust’ in Fintech Startups

by March 4, 2016 at 10:45 am 0 comments

SEATTLE — The Silicon Valley model for its startups is well-known. Heck, there’s a Wikipedia for it. It centers on a simple principle: build a business that scales, no matter the initial profitability. And then scale it like mad. Or, in technical terms, build a business that has the potentialRead More

Hip Pocket Launches Hip Money, a PFM Savings Tool

Hip Pocket Launches Hip Money, a PFM Savings Tool

by October 12, 2015 at 12:44 pm 1 comment

It’s no secret Americans aren’t great at saving, and the financial services community — belatedly — is rolling out new solutions to help. There are startups like Dyme and Digit that help simplify the savings process; neobanks like Simple and Moven that provide sophisticated budgeting tools to help plan for purchasesRead More