engine - 1:59 pm on Aug 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
The payments company Stripe has officially moved beyond North America, taking itself out of beta in the U.K. on Thursday. The move means Stripe supports the British pound and the euro for the first time.
Stripe is a rival to the likes of PayPal and Braintree, in that it offers startups a way to embed payments functionality in their services. Stripe’s big selling point is its ease of integration – all it requires is the insertion of a few lines of code.Stripe, Payments Processor, Comes To UK [gigaom.com]