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Stripe, arguably one of the fastest growing fintech startup that allows users to accept payments through several different payment service providers has recently announced its support for Alipay, China’s largest payment processor.
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Stripe has finally opened up Bitcoin payments for all of its users, after more than a year of beta testing. The new service launched today and merchants can add Bitcoin as an option for their customers with one small line of code.
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Stripe, the online payments processor that graduated from Y Combinator in 2010, announced last week that it was testing Bitcoin support and would be opening up to beta testing in the near future.
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