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Greenlight

greenlight.com

Founded Year

2014

Stage

Series D | Alive

Total Raised

$556.5M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$260M | 2 yrs ago

About Greenlight

Greenlight provides financial services to help parents monitor their child's spending habits. It offers a banking and investing application for kids with an integrated smart debit card. It allows parents to reload the card with funds from a mobile application and place restrictions around merchants so that children can make purchases. Greenlight was formerly known as Greenlight Me. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Headquarters Location

303 Peachtree Street Northeast Suite 4300

Atlanta, Georgia, 30308,

United States

888-483-2645

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Greenlight's Products & Differentiators

    Greenlight

    Greenlight is a comprehensive, all-in-one money management platform built for families that offers a suite of financial services. It includes a parent-managed debit card, companion app and educational resources that teach young people critical financial skills. Using Greenlight, parents can automate allowance, manage chores, set flexible spend controls and enable their kids to become investors. Kids explore lessons in earning, saving, spending, giving, and investing while learning to make real-world tradeoff decisions.

Expert Collections containing Greenlight

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Greenlight is included in 7 Expert Collections, including Banking.

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Payments

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Companies and startups in this collection enable consumers, businesses, and governments to pay each other - online and at the physical point-of-sale.

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Fintech 250

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250 of the most promising private companies applying a mix of software and technology to transform the financial services industry.

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Financial Wellness

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Track startups and capture company information and workflow.

Latest Greenlight News

Germany To Greenlight ‘Crypto Share’ — Benefit BTC, ETH, And Signuptoken.com

May 20, 2023

3 mins read Germany is rolling out the red carpet for startups, including those in the cryptocurrency realm, with more flexible policies under the Future Finance Act. But that’s not all; in an effort to change the game in Germany’s crypto market, the country introduces crypto shares. Although not tied directly to the crypto market, the advent of crypto shares is a giant leap toward the tokenization of real-world investments. Consequently, the future will be looking pretty bright for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Signuptoken.com (SUT) , thanks to this revolutionary advancement. Germany Relaxes Entry To Capital Market For Small Cryptos Germany is preparing to roll out the Future Finance Act, a new bill designed to woo innovative financial startups to their country. To sweeten the deal, they’re offering more relaxed rules for startups and electronic securities issued on a blockchain to bring the capital market into the digital age. The end goal is to make it easier for these crypto startups to access capital and investments and become the “hub” for startups and growth companies. Under the new rules, companies with fewer than 500 employees and revenues below €100 million per year can take advantage. Germany is already known as the most crypto-friendly country, with a tax policy that’s the envy of the world, and industry insiders are praising the country’s efforts to create the ideal environment for cryptocurrency development. Germany’s Crypto Share Leniency Benefits BTC And ETH Bitcoin and Ethereum are like the cool kids at the crypto party, and their popularity among investors can seriously impact their prices and performance. If these digital currency stars gain more crypto share, it could trigger a frenzy of demand and boost their prices. But if they lose their popularity crown, it might mean investors are losing interest and looking for something else, which could cause a crypto cold front. As for now: BTC Blasts Through the $30K Mark! Bitcoin (BTC) is back in the spotlight, hitting new highs for 2023 by crossing $30,115 for the first time since June 2022. BTC had gained nearly 46% in the last month and analysts are predicting further gains with the release of the US Consumer Price Index report. The Crypto Fear and Greed Index is in “Greed” territory with a score of 68 out of 100. ETH Reached an 8-Month High, Nearly at $2K Ether buyers held strong at the 20-day EMA and pushed the cryptocurrency to overcome the barrier at $1,919.27, with hopes of reaching $2,200. However, sellers are expected to strongly resist between $2,000 and $2,200. If the price holds above the 20-day EMA after a potential downturn, the rally may continue, but if it drops below, it could fall to the support zone of $1,700 to $1,600. Germany’s Crypto Share On Signuptoken.com — At 4K Sign-Ups — A Boon Germany is clear on their stance of being unafraid to ride the crypto wave with their ‘Future Financing Act.’ This move benefits Signuptoken.com as it promises to bring some much-needed modernization to the crypto, specifically, and the industry, as a whole. What is Signuptoken.com? Signuptoken.com (SUT) is a crypto project that’s fueled by the cutting-edge ERC-20 blockchain technology, set to drop in the Uniswap blockchain. Now attracting 4,000 signups after only pre-launching for a few weeks, this Solidity Finance audited project has clear plans for growing a community, one step at a time. This project is shaking things up and aiming high with a target of 1 million sign-ups, a promise of connecting its subscribers to millionaires, and a common goal of early retirement. Without A Doubt Germany’s easing of rules for financial innovation startups as part of the Future Finance Act is definitely welcome news for the growing cryptocurrency market, further enticing the likes of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Signuptoken.com. Don’t Miss Out, Be Part of SUT’s Millionaires Club

Greenlight Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Greenlight founded?

    Greenlight was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Greenlight's headquarters?

    Greenlight's headquarters is located at 303 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta.

  • What is Greenlight's latest funding round?

    Greenlight's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did Greenlight raise?

    Greenlight raised a total of $556.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Greenlight?

    Investors of Greenlight include TTV Capital, Canapi Ventures, Goodwater Capital, Fin Capital, Bond and 19 more.

  • Who are Greenlight's competitors?

    Competitors of Greenlight include Petal, GoHenry, Little Wallet, Step Mobile, numoola and 16 more.

  • What products does Greenlight offer?

    Greenlight's products include Greenlight.

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