I'm unsure what variety of plant this is.
It's currently about 30cm tall and the most identifiable feature on it are the small hairy coconut like seeds where the shoots sprout from.
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It is a palm, my guess is Rhapis excelsa, since it is a common indoor palm (house plant) which looks very similar and has hairy seed pods as well. Here an example of how the seeds look like. Here are some pictures of these plants in the same life phase, I am not the seller, I just found them on google.
Be sure that the pot has good drainage, and remove surplus water in the outerpot. The plant is very good capable of handling shade, and doesn't need much water. But don't let the soil dry up completely either.
Definitely palm seedlings.
No idea which palm. But I don't think it's Rhapis excelsa (lady finger palm) -- the ends of those leaves are typically square, not pointy. I've never grown them from seed, but when they put up a new shoot (they have multiple trunks), there are usually two short leaves on each frond, not one long thin one as in the photo.
More likely a pinnate palm, not a palmate palm. To me, they also don't look like Chamaedorea or Dypsis, two other common types of palms.
It looks like a Lemon Lime Dracaena
The plant is very healthy and just the right height if it's still young