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Today: Jun 13, 2024

Sequence: reshaping personal finance industry with $5.5 million secured funding.

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TLDR:

  • Israeli startup Sequence has secured $5.5 million in funding led by Aleph.
  • The company offers users the ability to visualize their cash flow, automate financial activities, and gain control over their finances.

Israeli startup Sequence has emerged from stealth mode with $5.5 million in funding led by Aleph. The company aims to “reshape the personal finance industry” by providing users with tools to visualize their cash flow, automate financial activities, and gain control over their finances. Sequence helps users manage and optimize financial activity by integrating all financial services, such as banks, apps, loans, credit cards, and investment accounts, into a unified platform. This allows users to easily transfer finance from one service to another and automate payments to boost savings and optimize their finances. The company has not officially launched yet but has gained attention following the announcement of its Alpha version earlier this year. With the average American juggling around 15 different accounts, Sequence aims to simplify financial management and make it more accessible to everyone.