Square is making selling products online as simple as embedding a YouTube video in your blog.
In addition to creating better experiences for the end user, Connect also lets Stripe-using merchants set up and start using their online payments in minutes instead weeks.
As if today’s other announcements weren’t enough, Google is also bringing Google Wallet support to Gmail, making it incredibly easy to send friends and family payments by just sending an email.
WePay is going after universal appeal with easy-to-embed buttons that give anyone the ability to accept online payments.
Payment processing service WePay has raised $10 million in new funding, the company announced Thursday.
A handful of big-name venture firms have lobbed a sizable chunk of change at Klarna, a Swedish startup that’s taking on Paypal in the mobile and online payments arena.
Online payment startup WePay announced WePay Stores today, a new ecommerce solution for small businesses with zero tech prow.
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.
eWise, a company that allows people to to make secure online payments, today announced it has secured a second round of funding for $14 million.
Stealth online payments startup Stripe has raised $2 million in a venture round from some all-star investors.
Online payments company Vindicia has raised $20 million in a fifth round of funding as it tries to match the rapid growth of online merchants in the age of digital distribution.
WePay, a company that lets groups of people make online payments from a single account, has raised $7.5 million more in a second round of funding.
Visa announced today that it will acquire publicly traded e-payment company CyberSource for $26 per share, or around $2 billion total.
A Silicon Valley company with a noteworthy founder has created a mobile payment system called FaceCash that it hopes will one day displace credit cards.