The potential of the online economy
Despite internet businesses growing faster than the rest of the economy, only about 3 percent of global commerce happens online today.
Regulatory complexity, a byzantine global financial system, and a shortage of engineers are constraining the impact of the internet economy.
Removing the barriers to online commerce helps more new businesses get started, expedites growth for existing companies, and increases economic output and trade globally.
- Global GDP
- Online commerce
The new payments stack
Stripe combines a payments platform with applications that put revenue data at the heart of business operations.
Sitting atop our payments platform are applications to manage revenue, prevent fraud, and expand internationally.
At our core is a powerful payments engine that makes moving money easy.
Our cloud-based infrastructure provides reliability, scalability, and security.
Solutions rooted in code and design
As the world’s fastest-advancing developer platform, Stripe gives businesses the tools and technology to build better.
Our documentation and extensive Client libraries contain everything a business needs to build a custom integration in a fraction of the time.
Support for the developer community
We actively contribute to open-source projects—giving back to the community through development, patches, and sponsorships.
Thriving partner ecosystem
Our Works with Stripe library offers hundreds of third-party integrations to help with business operations, including analytics, accounting, CRM and shipping.
Removing financial complexity
We work with financial institutions, regulators, payment networks, banks, and consumer wallets so businesses who run on Stripe don’t have to.
From startups to the world’s largest companies
Millions of companies in over 120 countries use Stripe to start, run, and scale their businesses.
Stripe powers the kinds of companies that couldn’t exist even ten years ago, with new models like crowdfunding, on-demand apps, and marketplaces. Learn more