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Helping Vendors Get Real Money for Virtual Goods

Israeli startup Plimus, which works with thousands of of vendors and affiliates who sell virtual goods all over the internet, is now the world's largest independent online reseller of virtual goods. Vendors have flocked to Plimus – giving it some $200 million in sales for 2010, with the company growing in terms of vendors and sales some 40%-50% in each of the past five years.

Eyes Only…

Israeli startup Covertix makes sure that only the "right people" - in the "right places" - get to read your sensitive documents. When a Covertix “self-protected file” gets distributed, you know who read it and where, and what they did with it. Thus, you get to keep an eye on your intellectual property even when it's in someone else's hands. Just like there are rules for network access, there are now rules for accessing documents, so you know that your information is being viewed by the people who are supposed to be seeing them, when they're supposed to be seeing them.

eBiz Mobility: Banking on the Unbanked

Posted in gaming, on Jun 28, 2009 by David Shamah
Ebiz mobility has developed a payment clearing system that enables merchants to feel secure that they will get paid, without having to pay expensive premiums to billing service providers; it enables sites or cellphone service providers to grab a piece of the business that passes through their network; and it allows hundreds of millions of web surfers who would otherwise be locked out of internet commerce the opportunity to purchase digital contents and products.

E-wallet Security, Dongle Style

Posted in gaming, on Jul 13, 2008 by David Shamah
What do you do if you want to buy something from a store where they don’t take credit cards? Pay cash, of course! Okay, but what if you want to …