The Bolt 777m series is one of the latest products from Primack Axios. Its a sleek, modern and simple way to shop online. With a one-click checkout option, it makes shopping as simple as clicking a button. Having an easy way to buy online is a trend that is only growing in popularity.
Dan Primack is a business editor at Axios
Dan Primack is a business editor at Axios, and he is also a writer of note. He has been around in the business world for a while, having worked as an editor at Reuters, as well as a co-founder of The ‘Bury, a newspaper that targeted young adults.
One of the things that Dan has done best is the creation of a number of top-tier email newsletters. His eponymous flagship newsletter is the largest in the network, boasting over 35 million subscribers. Among other feats, he has covered private debt in the Private Placement Letter. Another of his betters is a high-tech business model based on a data-driven algorithm.
As a business journalist, Dan has been tasked with a wide array of duties, from covering venture capital to mergers and acquisitions. He is also a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. And as the business editor at Axios, he is no stranger to the web, with a keen eye for newsworthy information.
One-click checkout company
One-click checkout provider Bolt has hit $11 billion in valuation. It’s not the first time this tech startup has gotten a boost in the stock market. Since its founding at age 19, it’s gone from one billion dollars to more than $11 billion. The company has been on a fundraising tear. Recently it added big new customers like Benefit Cosmetics and PrestaShop.
To start, a shopper simply needs to sign up for an account with Bolt. Once an account is created, a shopper can use the same credentials across hundreds of Bolt network brands. They can also use PayPal or Afterpay, if they want.
This one-click technology works with any merchant’s website, allowing shoppers to complete a purchase in just 43 seconds on a desktop and 49 seconds on a mobile device. Customers can store payment information with the merchant, and have the information pulled up in a single click when checking out. Unlike Fast’s true one-click checkout process, which takes two seconds on the product detail page, Bolt’s solution works on any digital surface.
The latest round of funding for Bolt Financial, an e-commerce software startup, has just been announced. According to reports, the company is raising $777 million. However, it is unclear whether or not it will apply for another round. Although the terms of the new funding round haven’t been disclosed, it is likely that the company is aiming for a pre-money valuation of between $10 billion and $11 billion.
Bolt Financial is looking to raise $777 million in a new round of funding. The company provides online retailers with software tools that simplify the checkout process. It has received $393 million in a previous funding round. With the investment, Bolt plans to further strengthen its position in the marketplace.