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Enabling cashless generosity for those who love to give.

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A (DIP)JAR FOR ALL

From coffee shop counters to national causes — and everyone in between. DipJar is for all.

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In the News

Slate

The Salvation Army Just Killed Your Excuse That You're "Out of Change"

When you slide a card into one of them, it automatically charges a set amount... The machines produce a satisfying dinging sound as the payment goes through, clearly indicating to all involved that a virtuous act has been performed.

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New York Times

$3 Tip on a $4 Cup of Coffee? Gratuities Grow, Automatically

Other technological innovations are making a difference for baristas and other counter employees. A company, DipJar, has created an electronic tip jar — patrons who pay for their coffee, ice cream or bagel with a credit card can dip the same card into a receptacle by the register for a preset tip amount, usually $1.

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TechCrunch

DipJar Raises Funding For A Tip Jar Where You Pay With Plastic, Not Spare Change

The problem with the reduction in cash-based tips means lower-income workers or those who once depended on a tip-based boost to their salaries, would likely turnover faster as they exited to try to find better-paying jobs, Kessler realized. That’s bad for the businesses who would then have to incur more training costs, and, ultimately, the turnover could affect customer service, too.

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