TechCrunch 40 winner: Mint

Here’s the video of Aaron Patzer, CEO of Mint. They won the $50,000 at TechCrunch 40 yesterday. He gives us a demo and shows us how his service can save you thousands of dollars. Also explains why it’s better than Quicken.

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57 thoughts on “TechCrunch 40 winner: Mint

  1. marc & team are certainly smart guys & i’m sure they’ll be successful, most especially with folks like you & fred & OATV behind them.

    that said, i’m also confident there are other models for personal finance that can work quite well on the web. guess we’ll find out ;)

  2. marc & team are certainly smart guys & i’m sure they’ll be successful, most especially with folks like you & fred & OATV behind them.

    that said, i’m also confident there are other models for personal finance that can work quite well on the web. guess we’ll find out ;)

  3. I love the “high technology comment.” High technology is launching shit out of the earth’s orbit, guessing a tag is NOT high tech. Not to mention, I seriously doubt those patents will be granted, there’s prior art all over the place.

  4. I love the “high technology comment.” High technology is launching shit out of the earth’s orbit, guessing a tag is NOT high tech. Not to mention, I seriously doubt those patents will be granted, there’s prior art all over the place.

  5. The only reason why this can work, is the low banking security that is used by US banks online. I’m in the Netherlands and this would never work because in order for me to login to my bank account online there is no username/password, rather I have an e-dentifer which is a handheld keypad which I insert my atm card. I then need to enter my atm card pin code in the e-dentifier in order to get into the e-dentifier. Then the website gives me a code to type in and the e-dentifier which responds with another code which I type into the website. So in order to login I need to use my atm card, know my atm pin, and do a security challenge with the e-dentifier.

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