The one about T-shirts.
Originally designed to help friends collect money from each other online, WePay is now focused squarely on its payments API.
WePay isn’t interested in individual campaigns anymore. The company’s primary focus now is providing services to other crowdfunding sites through its API.
GuestBy analyzing years of social data that is difficult to fake, we can more intelligently combat ever-more-sophisticated cybercriminals.
GuestEven though Amazon has stopped supporting crowdfunding sites with its payments platform, crowdfunding has a lot of potential and a rich future.
WePay is going after universal appeal with easy-to-embed buttons that give anyone the ability to accept online payments.
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Payment processing service WePay has raised $10 million in new funding, the company announced Thursday.
WePay, the online payment collection service, has added invoicing to its lists of services, giving small businesses and individuals the ability to collect money for services they’ve provided.
WePay, the company that makes it easy for Joe Schmo to charge people online, has officially helped over 25,000 customers, and is releasing other numbers today.
Online payment startup WePay announced WePay Stores today, a new ecommerce solution for small businesses with zero tech prow.