Highnote is the world’s most modern card issuance platform.

Founded 2020
51-200 employees
  • Digital Payments
  • Headquarters address
    642 Harrison Street, Suite 100, San Francisco, CA 94107

    Highnote was founded in 2020 by former executives from Braintree, PayPal, Lending Club, and Visa with the goal of simplifying payments for emerging enterprises with an all-in-one card issuance and full-stack acquiring platform. In other words, Highnote connects merchants and businesses to the most advanced virtual payments platform - the industry’s first built-for-purpose unified solution for virtual card issuing - extensible through developer friendly open APIs capable of handling the most complex payment processing business flows. Our mission is to help merchants and businesses grow by accelerating their digital transformation with innovative virtual payments products.

    Since launching the company in October 2020, Highnote has raised over $100million in funding from Oak HC/FT, Costanoa Ventures, and XYZ Ventures (among others) to help accelerate their time to market and growth. Also invested in Highnote is Bill Ready (current President of Commerce at Google, and former COO of Paypal, and CEO of Braintree and Venmo) and Renaud Laplanche (Co-Founder & CEO of Upgrade, and former Co-Founder & CEO of Lending Club.)

    Highnote is headquartered in San Francisco and currently has remote team members in Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Boise and NYC. The team is currently 90 people and growing!

    Tech stack

    Java, TypeScript, React, Spring Boot, Google Cloud Platform, GraphQL, Python, Kubernetes, Terraform


    Compensation and retirement

    Stock Options
    401k plan
    Cell phone reimbursement
    Commuter assistance plans

    Health and wellness

    Health insurance
    Dental insurance
    Vision insurance
    Life insurance
    Disability insurance
    FSA (Flexible Spending Plan)

    Vacation and time off

    Unlimited time off
    Work from home flexibility
    Maternity benefits
    Paternity benefits