Arc Insight: The new way to finance the future
The arc, an online banking and finance platform, has emerged as a new way for people around the world to save money and finance their everyday lives.
The company announced a major funding round last week, valued at $1 billion, with the goal of building a new platform that enables financial inclusion for people living in underserved communities.
It was a significant investment in the company’s future, with a focus on its users, said founder and CEO Peter Gartside.
Arc Insight is an innovative platform that aims to deliver a new financial experience to millions of people, but it also is designed to make financial inclusion easier for everyone, Gartedge said in a statement.
The Arc Insight platform uses data from the Arc Foundation’s Community Banking App, which allows users to save, withdraw, and manage their funds, and it is also an open source, open platform, meaning it’s open for everyone to use.
Users can also pay bills with Arc, send checks, send money to friends and family members, or pay for goods and services with digital currency, which is not currently included in the Arc platform.
The platform has two core products: the Arc Financial App and the Arc Wealth Management App, both of which are used to manage financial accounts and assets for people in a variety of contexts.
The new platform also has a new “money manager,” which is the same as an Arc Wealth Manager, which GartEdge said can help people save money while they are on the move.
It will allow people to manage their personal finances on Arc, including their assets, saving and investing money, and making a payment to a bank, credit union, or another financial institution.
Arc’s mission arc is an online community of like-minded people who use the same platform to connect, share knowledge, and share ideas to improve the financial and personal lives of millions of individuals and families around the globe.
The startup’s mission is to enable people around to invest, save, and invest their money in the future, while also providing the tools and technology to do so.
“Arc Insight has built a financial platform that allows people in underserviced communities to save and invest for their own future, regardless of where they are in the world or their economic circumstances,” Gart Edge said.
“We believe that Arc Insight will be a major contributor to the economic wellbeing of those communities and the future prosperity of our planet.”
Arc Insight launched in May 2015, after a $1.5 million investment from Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm.
Arc also has raised more than $1 million from the likes of Sequoias founders Peter Thiel, Vinod Khosla, Marc Andreessen, Marc Benioff, and Jeff Bezos.