Let’s be honest, it’s hard to tip these days when all of your purchases are through your phone or credit card. Without spare change, tipping is just not as personal as it once was. DipJar is bringing us back to how it used to be without changing how you pay. With their digital tip jar you can dip your credit card and help out your favorite barista who gives you that extra pump of caramel in your latte. Why should the method of pay affect the stores you want to give to?
CEO Ryder Kessler tips us off for how to go back to tipping and how their own company got majorly tipped in a new round of funding.
Who were your investors and how much did you raise?
We closed a $2.4M seed round in December 2015. Our existing institutional investors Bolt and Project 11 participated, joined by Corazon Capital, Charge Ventures, Matthew Vettel of Great Hill Partners, Jamie Goldstein, and a number of other angels.
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