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Ohio’s Mezu raises $10 million to let you send and receive money privately

For many peer-to-peer payment apps, the way to send money to other users is simple — enter the recipients’ name or phone number, the amount of money you want to send them, and hit send. But what if you want to send money to say, your bartender or a local vendor at the farmers market, and neither of you needs to know details about the other?

That’s the premise behind Mezu, a new type of payments app that is launching today and pledges to “let people give and get money without sharing any personal information.” The app is available to download for free on both iOS and Android. The company also announced today that it has raised a $ 10 mill…
VentureBeat

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