Tapingo, a mobile payment service for college students, raises $3.5m from Carmel

Tapingo, a mobile payment service for college students, raises $3.5m from Carmel

Tapingo, which offers a mobile payment service for college students, has secured $3.5 million in funding from Carmel Ventures.

The company, which is based in New York with a R&D center in Israel, enables students to use their phone to order and pay for food and goods at merchants on and around college campuses across the United States.

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The app is available for iOS and Android-powered phones. Available payment options include credit cards, PayPal, and campus cards.

Shlomo Dovrat, co-founder of Carmel Ventures, has joined the Company’s board of directors.

The proceeds of the financing round will be used to expand to more campuses.

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