On Simbi, you can exchange services with other members or offer to “pay” them for their time using your credits
Back in the day, not even that long ago really, people would trade services with each other.
Simbi is an online network where people can offer their skills and services--professional or otherwise--in exchange for other users’ services. It's a cashless marketplace hoping to tap into human potential with help from Y Combinator.
A group of founders who pitched at the first of two Y Combinator Summer 2016 Demo Days on Monday, however, are tackling issues faced by populations that have been largely left behind by the recent tech boom.
KJ is founder and CEO of Simbi. She previously worked as a special projects fellow at GuideStar. She founded and led a FORGE, an international peacebuilding NGO which works in refugee camps and post-conflict zones in Africa, investing in victims of war to meet their educational and entrepreneurial potential. She has a BA in Public Policy from Stanford University and an MBA from the University of Oxford.