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Portland startup Chirpify simplifies financial transactions

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The financial technology startup announced Monday that it now accepts credit cards for its social commerce transactions.

That's a big jump forward for the small Portland company. Enabling credit cards and other types of electronic payments means it's now easier to buy stuff with Chirpify and cheaper to sell it.

Read more at Oregonlive.

 

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