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Accepted Startup Ideas

2 years ago

A startup that helps people find the best deal on a car insurance policy. The founders say they’ve already signed up 20,000 users and have been accepted to Y Combinator.

2 years ago

In January 2018, Y Combinator announced that it was accepting applications for the 2018 batch. The 2018 batch is smaller than the 2017 batch, with only 25 companies accepted.

2 years ago

This list does not include every startup that has accepted into YC, but only the startups that have launched since the program started.

2 years ago

This startup started in the Y Combinator summer 2017 batch and has a goal of “empowering people around the world to express their identities, express their gender, and be accepted for who they are.”

2 years ago

In 2018 Y Combinator accepted a total of 250 companies.

2 years ago

Given that it was the first company to launch in the YC Demo Day, the list below is the most complete list of all of the startups that have been accepted into YC.

2 years ago

The first class of startups accepted into Y Combinator in 2017 was announced on July 25, 2017. The class included 10 companies, including Lattice, Sift Science, Shovel, Picatic, and TwoXAR.

2 years ago

A “complete-home automation platform”, with a home security, lighting, and HVAC system in one box. The startup is one of the first companies to be accepted into the InnovateHER program, and has a partnership with Amazon Alexa.

2 years ago

One of the key differences between this year’s class and last year’s was the level of public interest in highlighting the work of the companies that were accepted. This year that level was very high, with over 10,000 people visiting the project page. That interest was a major factor in the growth of the class.

2 years ago

Ideas is organized by YC staff and features the companies that have been accepted into the program. Past speakers include the founders of Airbnb, Stripe, and Reddit.

2 years ago

It turns any mobile phone into a live ID, and promises a “one-tap verification” that will be accepted by a growing number of retailers.

2 years ago

A decentralized framework for trading in derivatives. Traders develop their own rules for risk and reward, and any order with those rules can be accepted. The idea is to make derivative trading easier and more competitive, reducing the amount of business going through big stock exchanges.

2 years ago

The following is a list of companies in the batch who have been accepted into Y Combinator’s Summer 2019 class.

2 years ago

A mobile platform that allows people to provide information about local events, or to check-in to events. The company has been in stealth for a year, and was recently accepted into Y Combinator's Summer 2019 class.

1 year ago

The following startups have been accepted to the 10th batch:

2 months ago

A digital credit card that can be used anywhere MasterCard is accepted.

11 months ago

A $25 credit card that connects to your bank account that can be used anywhere Visa and Mastercard are accepted. The card can be used anywhere in the world.

1 year ago

A consumer card that can be used at many places where plastic credit cards are accepted. It’s meant for the Indian market to replace a plethora of different forms of payment.

11 months ago

Other companies were pitched before being accepted into the program.

11 months ago

Other companies accepted into YC include:

1 year ago

In 2014, Y Combinator’s summer program accepted 14 companies, with four eventually being launched as companies. In 2015, Y Combinator saw 20% more applicants than 2014, with the startups 35% more likely to succeed. In 2016, the number of companies accepted has been set at 14 by Y Combinator.

8 months ago

 A social networking app for people with intellectual disabilities. Notable for being the first app to be accepted into the Google Play for Accessible Apps program.

4 months ago

A startup that’s building a “social network for employers and job seekers”, where both sides can see each other’s profiles, see what jobs they’ve accepted, and see how frequently each candidate applies to jobs.

11 months ago

This startup is building a smart, easy-to-use digital health platform for the elderly to keep up with their own health. It lets users track their health, record symptoms, and check up on their doctors without making appointments or taking medications. The startup currently has a backlog of 2,000 people waiting to be accepted.

2 years ago

Idea: A startup helping businesses in emerging markets manage inventory and orders using a mobile app and a desktop dashboard. The founders say they’ve already signed more than 50 customers in the past month (and have been accepted to Y Combinator,) and that the business has been profitable since it launched at the end of May.

6 months ago

Y Combinator’s waiting list is a list of companies that are accepted into the program but haven’t yet received funding. The list is kept in a secret room underneath Y Combinator’s offices in Mountain View, California. The list is closed to the public and is generally used as a way for Y Combinator to vet companies that are accepted into its program.

5 months ago

In 2014, the number of accepted startups from Y Combinator had tripled since launching in the summer of 2010.