It’s a decent deck to explain a fairly complicated fintech startup.
Dwolla provides platforms a simple, fast, and robust service for bank transfers (i.e. ACH transactions). Use branded or white label APIs to verify bank accounts instantly, transfer payments, keep balances, or route funds directly to bank account and routing numbers. A flat, transparent pricing model keeps transactions free of charge and monthly costs consistent. Additional features and services, like White Label or next day payments, may cost extra.
|Date||Amount / Round||Valuation||Lead Investor||Investors|
|Jan, 2017||$6.85M / Venture||—||7|
|Sep, 2014||$9.7M / Series D||—||CME Ventures||4|
|May, 2013||$16.5M / Series C||—||Andreessen Horowitz||4|
|Feb, 2012||$5M / Series B||—||Union Square Ventures||5|
|Nov, 2010||$1M / Series A||—||—||0|
|Mar, 2010||$55k / Grant||—||—||0|
|Nov, 2009||$250k / Angel||—||—||0|
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