Stripe is an online payment processing platform that allows businesses to send and receive payments over the internet. From start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, every business can build a faster, more modern payment experience.
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Triggers the moment a charge is made on someone's credit card.
Triggers the moment you add a new customer is added.
Triggers every time a new event like a dispute, subscription, or transfer is added.
Triggers when a new invoice is created (supports line items).
Triggers upon creation of a new order.
Lists the campaigns.
Lists the contacts.
Lists the lists.
Triggered when a contact is unsubscribed.
Creates a new customer.
Creates a new sale.
Creates a new list.
Unsubscribes a contact.
Stripe is a startup company based in San Francisco, California (US. that provides an online payments service. It’s primary product, called Stripe Payments, allows businesses to accept payments over the Internet. The product supports credit cards and Apple Pay, as well as other payment services.
Stripe was founded in 2010 by brothers John and Patrick Cplison, both aged twenty-eight at the time. The company operates globally and has offices in San Francisco, Ireland, Singapore, Australia, Germany and Japan. In June 2015, Stripe announced the opening of an office in London, its first office outside the United States. Since 2014, Stripe has been rated one of the fastest growing technpogy companies by Deloitte and was included on the Forbes Cloud 100 list in 2015. In March 2017, Stripe received an investment of $150 million from CapitalG, an investment division of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc., bringing the total amount of venture capital raised to $390 million.
By September 2016, Stripe had become profitable for the first time and was processing $20 billion per year in payments. That month it also hired former Twitter executive Tina Bhatnagar as its head of people and HR.
In December 2017, Stripe announced that it would begin cplecting sales taxes on behalf of its customers. The change came after the US Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that states could require online retailers to cplect sales tax.
Stripe began in 2010 as a start-up with a three person team, where they launched their initial product in private beta two days after launch. In 2011, the company received seed funding from Y Combinator which was fplowed by more funding from Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz.
In 2012, Stripe received a $2 million investment led by Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz. As a result of this investment it was able to expand its operations to Ireland where it obtained an E-Money License from the Financial Regulation Authority (FRA. This allowed the company to offer its services to any merchant globally, without being subject to regulation from any individual country.
In 2013, Stripe raised $70 million in new funding from venture capital firm Sequoia Capital at a valuation of approximately $1.75 billion. In April 2014, Stripe received a $70 million investment from American Express Ventures and General Catalyst Partners. The funding round valued the company at $3.5 billion. A month later Stripe acquired the bitcoin payment startup BitPocket.
In October 2014, Stripe launched “Stripe Radar”, which monitors whether websites are using Stripe in an attempt to phish or defraud users. Using machine learning algorithms, it monitors 200 features about each website that uses Stripe for payments. If suspicious activity is detected, Stripe alerts its users and blocks transactions to those sites. In October 2015, Stripe launched Atlas that is intended to help international entrepreneurs incorporate businesses in the United States. According to Stripe co-founder Patrick Cplison, Atlas took nine months to build and focuses on making the process easier for businesses that receive payments from outside the country.
In October 2016, Stripe introduced support for Bitcoin via integration with Coinbase’s API. Also in October 2016, Stripe partnered with WeChat Pay to allow Chinese companies to receive payments from customers outside China. In November 2016 Stripe partnered with Alipay to provide a similar service for Chinese companies targeting the Chinese market.
In January 2017, Stripe started allowing businesses to accept Bitcoin directly into their bank accounts with its new Bitcoin service called “Stripe Bitcoin”. With this new service, merchants can accept Bitcoin directly into their bank account soon after a sale has been made. Initially available in U.S., Canada and Europe with more countries coming soon. No additional fees are charged as long as merchants keep their account balance above $1. As of February 2017, there are no fees applied to Bitcoin transactions when using the service to send out Bitcoins from a user’s Stripe balance or Bitcoin wallet to another user. Merchants are not able to sell Bitcoins through the service as of February 2017 but may be given this option in future versions of the product.
In May 2017, Stripe announced that it had closed a $245m Series C round led by Tiger Global Management with participation from General Catalyst and DST Global. This brought total funding raised by the company since 2011 to $540m. During this period, Stripe opened an office in Singapore and also expanded operations within the US. In July 2017, Stripe became the first payment platform to enable peer-to-peer payments via Facebook Messenger. In August 2017, Stripe made a strategic investment in India-based payment gateway startup Razorpay. In October 2017, Snapchat announced that they were partnering with Stripe to bring e-commerce capabilities on their platform. On January 16th 2018 Stripe announced a $190 million Series D round led by Sequoia Capital along with existing investors Tiger Global Management and Thrive Capital joining as well.
SendFox started in 2014 by Aleksei Olenik (CTO), Evgeny Zaitsev (CEO. and Ilia Kozlov (CTO. The trio met while working together at Kaspersky Lab — specifically on their security products and services for mobile devices (Kaspersky Mobile Security. They wanted to create a platform that would help business owners automate many common tasks found on e-commerce platforms like. sending confirmation emails, sending receipts after purchase, adding customers to marketing lists or sending them special offers or discounts and much more without needing expensive development teams or having to buy expensive software packages like Shopify or Magento or BigCommerce or Shopify Plus. They now have over 1 million registered users across all their platforms accounting for thousands of daily orders with many users doing thousands of transactions every day across their platforms and they have also grown their team size beyond 100 people now supporting millions upon millions of users globally across all their user bases that includes Shopify Plus users too!
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