Clinkle, the secretive mobile-payments service backed with $25 million in early investments by some of Silicon Valley's biggest names, will soon allow more college students to sign up.
The company is still in stealth mode, with a pilot program at Stanford, but plans to launch at other colleges within the next year. It won't be available to the general public, just yet. Clinkle does mobile payments, like services provided by Square or PayPal, without changing or adding any new hardware to stores or to users' mobile devices, according to the company.
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