Stripe is a global payments infrastructure company that offers developer centric APIs, payments platform and subscriptions. It enables merchants to accept payments, send payouts, expand their businesses and optimize their payment systems, business models and revenue streams.
It hosts a suite of products which includes the newly launched banking as service offering, Stripe Treasury, in addition to other popular offerings like Stripe Atlas, Stripe Radar, Stripe Sigma and Stripe Connect. Stripe is available for business in 39 countries and supports more than 135 currencies around the world with credit and debit cards, digital wallets, bank debits and redirects, cash based vouchers and Buy-Now-Pay-Later options.
Stripe was launched in 2011 by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison. Its headquarters are in San Francisco and Dublin with 14 global offices around the world including Singapore, Tokyo, Paris and London. It currently employs more than 2500 employees.
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