Payments company Braintree released a mobile marketplace API today that simplifies payment processing for marketplace operators, like TaskRabbit.
Mobile wallet startup Lemon released Lemon Network where merchants can quickly implement one-touch mobile checkout.
The mobile payments space is a crowded battlefield of competing companies and rivalry is slowing the sector’s growth.
Executives from PayPal, Stripe, Braintree, and PocketChange shared what obstacles are standing between us a world where all you need to buy a beer, a diamond bracelet, or new house is your phone.
Braintree is making another move in the battle to create a digital wallet people actually use. The partnership with online bank Simple is its first direct bank integration for Venmo Touch.
Payments startup Braintree is on a mission to conquer the European market before competitors or clones.
Guest Post Every entrepreneur who has had to go through the process of setting up their payment gateway and/or merchant account knows that it isn’t always simple. When I set mine up, BrainTree, Stripe, and Paymill weren’t around. I was given a chisel and stone tablet and asked to deliver all my information in triplicate.
Payments company Braintree has publicly released Venmo Touch and made updates to its iOS software developer kit (SDK) to make mobile purchases as easy as Facebook Connect.
Balanced, which provides backend payments solutions for online marketplaces, adds $2 million into its seed round after six months of strong momentum.
Funding news has an international flair today, with companies from around the world closing rounds.
Braintree, a startup that makes payment processing easier for e-commerce vendors, has raised $35 million.
Cash-rich Braintree buys scrappy Venmo; can the duo continue to take over the mobile payments world?
Any good spring cleaner enjoys weeding out a load of clothes, shoes and bags that still have life in them, but are just taking up closet space. Poshmark launched today with $3.5 million in funding to let anyone sell their old items.
Online and mobile payments company Braintree banked $34 million today in a funding round from Accel Partners. The Chicago-based company got started in 2007 and now claims a $3 billion run rate in transaction volume. This marks Braintree’s first institutional round of funding.