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Google Pay

A streamlined Google payments solution

Google Pay is a steamlined payments processing platform for businesses and consumers from Google, including Android Pay and Google Wallet.

The Verge
Google just announced that it's combining all of its different payment services, including Android Pay and Google Wallet, into one unified service, simply called Google Pay. With the new system, payment information saved in your Google account will be available everywhere you use Google products: in Chrome for web purchases, in YouTube for renewing your subs… See more
Ars Technica
Google just announced it is merging all of its various payment programs into a single brand called "Google Pay." Google Pay will be a one-stop shop for all your Google Payment needs: NFC smartphone payments, P2P transfers, and Web payments.
AppleInsider
Google on Monday introduced Google Pay, bringing together Android Pay and Google Wallet, two previously split platforms. At the moment, the change is mostly a rebranding that will take place "over the coming weeks," Google indicated in a blog post. People will see a "G Pay" logo appear in Android apps, on websites, and at retail checkouts.
6 Alternatives to Google Pay

Bonsai Payments

Simple & beautiful payments for freelancers

Romain Lapeyre- Co-founder @Gorgiasio
Bonsai came strongly recommended by a few friends. Their whole solution is well integrated with payments and contracts and I think it’s free for freelancers (couldn’t find any information on it though).
Amy Mitchell- Systems Consultant
I love Bonsai for contracts, proposals and invoicing. They have a simple beautiful interface and are constantly releasing new features and are always checking in to see what else I need for my business.
Paul Garreth- Content Strategist / Writer in NYC
Bonsai has been amazing for me. Definitely the best product out here.
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Plasso

Payments Made Simple

Amrith Shanbhag- Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
The best experience you'll get, thanks to @drewwilson :)
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
I've built out exactly what your building with Stripe. Definitely agree it's a ton of work for an MVP. If I did it again really quickly, I'd try using Plasso. Haven't used it myself yet, but seems easy and have heard good things about it.
Philipp Wüthrich- 🇨🇭
Could be an option but it uses Stripe in the background.
3 Alternatives to Plasso

Cryptobookie

Create your personal coin for your bookings

Easily issue your own crypto-token for your bookings. Issuing your own cryptocurrency have now become as easy as clicking a button.

Cryptobookie immortalizes your bookings in your own currency on the blockchain. This creates an eternal, unchangeable record of your bookings - without fear of forgery or fraud.

Medium
Cryptobookie is a platform that allows you to easily issue your own token, your currency for your bookings. Issuing your own cryptocurrency has now become as easy as clicking a button.
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Jeton

Send money quickly, easily, and for free.

Jeton is a digital e-wallet that you can make payments and withdraw funds with ease, quickly and securely.

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Cloosiv

Easy mobile payment for local merchants.

Cloosiv allows you to skip the line and save money at your favorite local coffee shops! With Cloosiv you can discover nearby coffee shops, select your drink and food items, and place an order for pick up. The best part - with each purchase you make, you’ll earn rewards that can be redeemed as actual savings anywhere that Cloosiv is accepted.

CharlotteFive
If Tim Griffin gets his way, Charlotte buyers can use their phone to pay for goods and services, no matter the seller. His new app, Cloosiv, is coming to Charlotte soon, and you can test it later this month. "It's a tool for the consumer and that's what we want to build," Griffin said.
StartCharlotte
When Tim Griffin was in college, he got a job at the Apple Store. He wanted to make some extra cash, be able to pay his bills. He didn't expect to stumble upon the idea that would transform his career and make him an entrepreneur.
Charlotteagenda
Charlotte's startup scene may be early in its development, but it's already produced some powerful companies. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Charlotte's startups have definitive clusters in financial tech, healthcare and energy. But there are also plenty of companies flying under the radar locally but making huge impacts in their industries.
Charlotteagenda
Charlotte startup Cloosiv is gaining traction on its mobile ordering service. The company provides a Starbucks-style ordering and payment service via smartphone to retailers, breweries, coffee shops and other small businesses. They've now lined up 20 local Charlotte businesses to use the app as Cloosiv prepares a public launch.
CharlotteFive
The app will continue to allow you to order ahead and skip the line at your local coffee shops. But over the coming weeks, Cloosiv will be rolling out a new-and-improved version of the app that is even more tailored to the coffee ordering experience.
Charlotte Business Journal
Cloosiv CEO Tim Griffin knows what it means to bootstrap in the tech sphere. He built his Charlotte-based shopping app from the ground up, and since its founding in April 2017, has accrued 21 local participating retailers and about 1,300 app users - more than 500 of whom are active monthly users.
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