Payment Processor Secures $150 Million Through Series B Funding Round; Triples Valuation to $5.5 Billion

Global payment solution provider announced on Monday it secured $150 million through its Series B funding round, tripling its valuation to $5.5 billion. The funding round was led by Coatue, along with participation from existing investors, including Insight Partners, DST Global, Blossom Capital, and Singapore’s Sovereign Wealth Fund, GIC.

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“The way money moves into and out of businesses is changing rapidly. I believe that by solving financial complexity, you can radically unlock innovation — starting with digital payments. At, we’ve built a technical architecture that enables pioneers to reinvent industries and redefine their relationship with consumers. Now more than ever, we are confident of our mission to build the connected payments that businesses deserve.” further revealed that it has processed more than 150 currencies and offers access to all international cards and popular local payment methods to merchants through its proprietary integrated platform. The company employs over 750 staff across 13 offices globally. has acquired two businesses this year, ProcessOut in February and Australian start-up, Pin Payments, in May.

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