This 18-Slide Pitch Landed Payment Startup Dwolla $16.5 Million

This 18-Slide Pitch Landed Payment Startup Dwolla $16.5 Million

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New Dwolla, a startup that makes it easy and cheap for businesses to collect payments, just raised a $16.5 million Series C round. The company charges $0.25 per transaction, not a percentage like credit card companies, and it has processed more than $1 billion to date.  Top VC firm Andreessen Horowitz...
This 18-Slide Pitch Landed Payment Startup Dwolla $16.5 Million
                                       

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