OpenNode Stock

opennode.com/FinTech / PaymentsFounded: 2017

OpenNode is a Bitcoin payment processing technology offering payment buttons, hosted checkout, ecommerce plugins, and its own API. Using OpenNode, funds are sent in bitcoin or local currencies, and businesses can pay invoices and accept in-person payments. OpenNode was founded in 2017 by Afnan Rahman, Joao Almeida, and Brandon Lewis and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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OpenNode investors also invested in these private companies

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Management Team

Afnan Rahman
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Joao Almeida
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Joshua Held
Head of Strategy

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News Highlights

Bahrain Central Bank Selects OpenNode to Test Crypto Payments
In its efforts to expand globally, OpenNode is also collaborating with several governments in Latin America, Europe and other emerging areas. Within this context, it intends to provide the infrastructure to help Bahrain grow its economy and will showcase why Bitcoin is synonymous with better business.
Stripe, OpenNode Team Up to Allow Instant Fiat-to-Bitcoin Conversions for Businesses
Fintech firm Stripe along with bitcoin (BTC) payments infrastructure platform OpenNode are joining forces to allow Stripe’s merchant customers to instantly convert all or portions of incoming payments to bitcoin via the OpenNode app.
Twitter Joins $20M Funding Round for Bitcoin Payments Provider OpenNode
Bitcoin payment provider OpenNode has closed a $20 million Series A funding round led by U.K. firm Kingsway at a $220 million valuation to fuel its global expansion, according to a press release provided to CoinDesk. Other participants in the round include Twitter, venture capital investor Tim Draper and Avon Ventures, a venture capital fund affiliated with Fidelity Investments.
Updated on: Feb 25, 2024

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