@THEUNDERDOG You're welcome. Take them on, they might buy you out! There's a whole lot of money going around out there, if you've identified an un/underserved market, go for it. But get your facts first.
As far as I'm aware they don't, but I only really look at the part that I need. We were going with a subscription model but changed our minds recently. I think it could work depending on your market.
Hey @Pscysm It's changed a bit and now will work by users adding funds (via PayPal or Stripe) to an account before paying for items.
I'm not 100% confident that it's the right way to go (I have suggested getting away from the payment side of things and focusing on the shopping element) but I'm going to prototype it up and see what it looks like.
Cool, that's called a 'pivot' in the game. Only thing to be careful of - if you are holding people's money in your account - you'll probably need an Australian Financial Services Licence. Chat to a lawyer, my lawyer has a finance focus and will be able to help you if you don't have one already.
DragonBill is going well. Product is ready, finishing our Xero partnership stuff. Making good connections in government, industry and VC circles but we need to get our messaging right. People love the idea, understandably not everyone needs it, but the website isn't converting, need to work out what's missing.
If anyone has feedback that could help it would be greatly appreciated. Our sign up page I'm promoting is: