YC-Backed GoCardless Launches PayLinks, A Bitly For Payments

YC-Backed GoCardless Launches PayLinks, A Bitly For Payments

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New GoCardless, the Y Combinator-backed startup founded in 2010 by Oxford graduates Hiroki Takeuchi, Tom Blomfield and Matt Robinson, is today launching a new product called PayLinks which aims to be something like a Bit.ly for payments. With its dead simple interface, anyone can create a shortened, tweet-friendly link in around 60...
YC-Backed GoCardless Launches PayLinks, A Bitly For Payments
                                       

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