Here are the 63 startups that launched today at Y Combinators S18 Demo Day 1

It felt like every other startup was trying to make us try vegan chicken nuggets, but from a bird’s-eye view, this YC batch saw startups clustered around B2B software and services (30 percent of companies), healthcare (28 percent), consumer goods and services (9 percent) and consumer media (7 percent). (Yes, blockchain companies were right behind, comprising 5 percent of companies.) Which companies will go on to make a unicorn-sized splash? Are there that many vegans? To figure it all out, you can read through our full list of the day’s YC S18 companies below (be sure to take a coffee break or two) or check back later for our own picks of today’s most interesting startups. Without further ado… Public Recreation …

InkHunter heads to YC to build a try-and-buy tattoo marketplace

InkHunter, an augmented reality tattoo try-on app that was born out of a 48-hour hackathon back in the altogether gentler days of 2014, has bagged a place in Y Combinator’s summer 2018 batch, scoring itself the seed accelerator’s standard $120,000 deal in exchange for 7 percent equity. We first covered InkHunter in April 2016 when it had just launched an MVP on iOS and was toying with building a marketplace for tattoo artists. Several months and 2.5 million downloads later, InkHunter launched its Android app, having spent summer 2016 going through the ERA accelerator program in New York. At that time the team was considering a B2B business model pivot, based on licensing their core AR tech to e-commerce apps and other developers. Though …

InkHunter heads to YC to build a try-and-buy tattoo marketplace

InkHunter, an augmented reality tattoo try-on app that was born out of a 48-hour hackathon back in the altogether gentler days of 2014, has bagged a place in Y Combinator’s summer 2018 batch, scoring itself the seed accelerator’s standard $120,000 deal in exchange for 7 percent equity. We first covered InkHunter in April 2016 when it had just launched an MVP on iOS and was toying with building a marketplace for tattoo artists. Several months and 2.5 million downloads later, InkHunter launched its Android app, having spent summer 2016 going through the ERA accelerator program in New York. At that time the team was considering a B2B business model pivot, based on licensing their core AR tech to e-commerce apps and other developers. Though …