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|Founder||Honor Gunday, Vladimir Kovalyov|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, United States|
Number of employees
|120+ (January 2014)|
Paymentwall is a U.S.-based international E-commerce payment system. The company started as a payment platform for Facebook games, but has since shifted to other services. Paymentwall is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Istanbul, Berlin, Kiev, Manila, Amsterdam and Las Vegas.
In April 2010, Honor Gunday and business partner Vladimir Kovalyov started Paymentwall to help game companies on Facebook to monetize their global traffic. On July 1, 2011, Facebook announced that they would no longer allow any outside monetization providers, at which point Paymentwall pivoted to providing services to non-Facebook games and online dating websites.
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