Armed with the new funding, the company is rounding out its offerings as a “super app” for finances to include: net-worth tracking (including tracking physical assets like home and car and how value changes overtime), shared accounts, expanded smart savings and emergency funds, and an expanded credit report section. “Our goal is to dig into the data and begin using it to drive behaviors,” Yahya Mokhtarzada, co-founder and chief revenue officer, told Crunchbase News. It was then that the company shifted to be more of a personal finance app, offering new services including bill pay, credit scores and a rewards program. Meanwhile, there are nearly 600 U.S.-based startups listed in Crunchbase’s database under the “personal finance” category, that have raised more than $13 billion in venture capital dollars to date. “We are pushing hard to grow our data science and engineering teams, which will also mean expanding the rest of the company for the growth,” he said.
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