When Rob Curtis was running Gaydar back in 2018, he’d sit in chat rooms and watch the amorous hopefuls talk. “It was a dating site, but they were asking for help finding doctors, accountants, trying to navigate the complexities of being LGBTQ+ in a world not quite designed for us,” he says. Fast-forward three years and Curtis is trying to answer some of those questions with Daylight—a New York-based startup neobank, built for the LGBTQ+ community by three “queer millennials, to solve problems we’ve experienced already.” Wired