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Offerpal Media is a provider of virtual currency monetization for online games, virtual worlds and social networks. The company's turnkey payment platform gives consumers the opportunity to earn virtual currency for free by taking part in targeted advertising offers, shopping at big-brand retailers, completing online surveys, watching videos or otherwise engaging with brands. The company is headquartered in Fremont, California. Investors include Interwest Capital, North Bridge Venture Partners, and D. E. Shaw Ventures.
Paymentwall is a global payment platform operating in the financial technology sector. The company provides a comprehensive set of payment services, including credit and debit card processing, bank transfers, e-wallets, prepaid cards, and mobile carrier billing. Additionally, it offers risk management, dispute management, customizable payment flows, settlement services, and reporting and analytical tools. Paymentwall primarily serves the ecommerce, SaaS, travel, fintech, and enterprise industries. Paymentwall was formerly known as Boomerang Networks. It was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Boku operates as a billing and cross-platform mobile payments company. Its bank-grade payments technology allows consumers to charge purchases to their mobile phone bills. It was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.
TrialPay offers a transactional advertising platform. It offers a payment solution for e-commerce businesses across various sectors, such as gaming, online services, publishing, retail, and social networking. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Mountain View, California. In February 2015, TrialPay was acquired by Visa.
Danal, a U.S. subsidiary of Danal Co. (KOSDAQ: 064260), enables commerce on mobile devices using patent-pending and proprietary technology aiming to deliver mobile experiences.
Zong is a provider of payments through mobile carrier billing.