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Rollie is a bank-connected spending tracker that encrypts your data end-to-end.


Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality.


Kabbage is a good option for small-business borrowers who need cash quickly but don't have the highest personal credit scores.


Augur is a decentralized oracle and prediction market protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain. Forecast events and be rewarded for predicting them correctly.


Binance is a global cryptocurrency exchange that provides a platform for trading more than 100 cryptocurrencies.


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Apple Card

Apple Card is a new kind of credit card designed by Apple, and built on the principles of simplicity, transparency, and privacy.


Ask Trim is a free service that helps you save money by cutting unused subscriptions.

Citizens Access

Citizens Access is an online-only, direct-to-consumer bank offers attractive yields on savings accounts.


Stash is a micro-investing app helps millions of Americans learn, save, and invest


Venmo is a digital wallet that lets you make and share payments with friends.

Bamboo App

Bamboo is a microinvestments platform that allows anyone to seamlessly purchase cryptographic assets, like Bitcoin.


In this episode, we discuss Fundrise, the crowdfunding site for real-estate. We also discuss new debit cards, a perk program that's built into slack and some ominous Facebook related tweets. Check us out on twitter: Links from the show:


In this episode we don't cover a product, but a topic about personal finance that could use a refresh and a new perspective: Retirement. We ask basic questions like "what is it for?" and even daring questions like "What are the risks?" "What happens if I live until 150, how does that change my planning?" If you like this episode please review, subscribe, or check us out on Twitter


This week we cover Coinmine, an at home mining rig that has a simple setup. We also discuss Tippin (a new tipping platform on Twitter), signing up for Betterment, and Samsung's new Galaxy phone with a built-in crypto wallet. Review and Subscribe. (Twitter)

This week we interview Max Brody to get the overview of his company,, which is a new type of social network that monetizes the value created by its users.


This week we discuss Acorns, an app for saving your spare change, Square's "Debit Card" that offers boosts when you shop, and Jack Dorsey's tweets about Lightning Network. The New Money Product Index: Review and Listen:


Finally, we're discussing the thing that most people have heard of by now... Bitcoin. We discuss Bitcoin's opportunity and risks, and how to think about it in your general portfolio. Web: Read the Bitcoin Whitepaper:


In episode 2, we discuss the startup crowdfunding platform,, and our take on "angel investing" for the rest of us. Each episode of New Money covers a new financial product that everyday people can invest in. We cover the pros, cons, and any other interesting details that come to mind. Republic: Website: itunes:

Rally Rd.

Episode 1 of the New Money podcast kicks off with one of our favorite new Fintech startups, Rally Rd. This show is hosted by David Sherry and Michael Albert. Each episode covers a new financial product that everyday people can invest in. We cover the pros, cons, and any other interesting details that come to mind. Rally Rd: Website: itunes:

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