Indian fintech fund &
incubator

Rainmatter — an initiative by Zerodha — funds and incubates innovative
Indian fintech startups.
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Why Rainmatter?

Rainmatter, our Bangalore based incubator provides well-equipped workspaces, mentorship, and funding ($100K-$1M) to innovative startups in the capital markets space in exchange for minority stakes.

  • You can exclusively focus on building your product, while we take care of everything else - from APIs to compliance to sales.
  • Over 3 million strong client base to showcase and validate your product instantly.
  • Direct industry connects and mentorship to help take your product to the rest of the world.

Startups Incubated

  • Smallcase

    India's first thematic investment platform, smallcase helps investors build a diversified, low-cost long-term portfolio.

  • Streak

    Streak is the first end-to-end platform in the world to create, backtest, and deploy algos without coding.

  • Tradelab

    Tradelab builds cutting edge technology to drive for capital market businesses.

  • GoldenPi

    GoldenPi is India's first online marketplace for fixed income instruments like bonds and debentures.

  • Sensibull

    India's first options trading platform, Sensibull is trying to make options trading safe, accessible and profitable.

  • Zenprivex

    ZPX is a fast growing venture backed firm operating in the blockchain space.

  • Digio

    Driving the digital transformation of India, Digio is bringing paperless documentation to businesses and consumers.

  • Finception

    Finception aims to simplify all things finance for millennials — from financial news to financial planning.

  • Balance

    Now acquired by PayTM, Balance was a micro-savings app with the goal of helping millennials save habitually.

  • LearnApp

    Learn from leaders of the finance industry. Courses in Investing, Trading, Technology & Management.

  • Quicko

    Plan, prepare and file your Income Taxes, GST & TDS returns online.

Investments

  • CRED

    CRED is a members-only app that offers you exclusive rewards for paying your credit card bills.

  • Procol

    India’s first networked procurement platform — Procol is a single place for live auctions, market rates, collaboration, and intelligent insights — which helps businesses save millions and thousands of hours.

  • The Whole Truth

    The Whole Truth (formerly 'and nothing else') India's first 100% clean-label health-food brand that makes yummy Protein Bars and potent Immunity Balls.

  • QShala

    QShala is an online curiosity platform designed to foster life-skills & curiosity in children. They are your one-stop-shop for all the skills you wish you were taught at school.

  • ImStrong

    The most convenient fitness solution for working out at home. Do online, live and interactive classes with awesome fitness and yoga trainers any time and from anywhere.

  • JODO

    Jodo aims to serve the middle income households in urban India with innovative financial products and services. Their first product is in school fee finance, in which they enable parents to pay fees monthly at no interest.

  • Jupiter

    Home-grown and co-created with a community of users, Jupiter is a digital banking experience that aims to update the way we bank and simplify money for the Indian millennial.

Blog

Bootstrapping vs Funding – a tax arbitrage

We get a lot of credit for bootstrapping Zerodha and building the business without raising professional money. I have always...

Direct Market Access (DMA) for retail investors?

Negative news generally gets more views compared to happy news due to the Negativity Bias. Social media went berserk when th...

Stock trading games & copy trading platforms in India?

Retail participation in the stock markets across the world hasn’t been this high in a long time. Low interest rates, work-fr...

Press

LearnApp

raises Rs. 2 crore from Zerodha's Rainmatter

The Economic Times - 07 December 2018

Startups

Zerodha steps up as angel investor

The Economic Times — 14 November 2019

Quicko

Quicko gets Rainmatter’s Rs. 2 crore as seed funding

The Economic Times — 31 December 2019