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PaeDae, mobile monetization
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Game developers are getting new tools from startup PaeDae that allow them to monetize through real-world branded rewards and distribute their apps through a promotion product. The service is trying to make its mark with very smart targeting of rewards. Read more »

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Facebook will soon allow anyone to sign up for its Facebook Messenger App with just a name and a phone number instead of requiring users to have a Facebook account. The roll out begins on Android in select countries before going international and iOS soon. Read more »

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Alan Patricof, Greycroft Partners

Greycroft Partners closed its third fund for $175 million, which it said will be used to fund B2B and B2C internet and mobile companies. The firm previously invested in the Huffington Post, Buddy Media, Vizu, Adenyo and Babble, which were all acquired. Read more »

PanaCast, Altia Systems
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Video conferencing is about to get more panoramic and interactive. Stealth startup Altia Systems is introducing a new system that stitches together video and creates a panoramic viewing experiences that viewers can zoom and interact with. Read more »

PlayHaven
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PlayHaven, a monetization and customer management platform for mobile game developers, has raised $8 million led by GGV Capital. The company is working to build out its service by adding more customer insights. And it’s looking to expand to Europe and Asia. Read more »

Bank of America, mobile payment
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Bank of America is launching its own Square competitor called Mobile Pay on Demand, which comes with a payment dongle and offers 2.7 percent transaction fees. It’s a me-too product but it represents how competitive it’s getting in the mobile payment acceptance market. Read more »

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