ESPs containing Mollie
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Payment APIs & infrastructure companies enable businesses to seamlessly manage payments. APIs provide direct connections to payments infrastructure to power faster, more secure, and lower-cost transaction processing.
When was Mollie founded?
Mollie was founded in 2004.
Where is Mollie's headquarters?
Mollie's headquarters is located at Keizersgracht 126, Amsterdam.
What is Mollie's latest funding round?
Mollie's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did Mollie raise?
Mollie raised a total of $934.32M.
Who are the investors of Mollie?
Investors of Mollie include Technology Crossover Ventures, General Atlantic, HMI Capital, Blackstone, Alkeon Capital Management and 9 more.
Who are Mollie's competitors?
Competitors of Mollie include Xendit, Interswitch, Dock, PayMongo, Flutterwave, Payhawk, GoCardless, ChargeBee Technologies, Checkout.com, Juspay and 13 more.
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