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Alumni Updates — Week of April 18, 2011

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Backbase extends content services offerings. Backbase CMS is available as an add-on module.
BancVue launched “Money Island,” an educational game for children to be offered by banks and financial institutions.
BillFloat partners with Online Resources to offer small-dollar loans to biller clients. Online Resources will now offer BillFloat as a payment option.
Doxo signs Oregon Federal Employees Credit Union (OFECU). Members will be able to receive statements and banking documents via the service.
Dwolla will provide an online payments option at Tikly, an online ticketing startup  expected to launch within the next thirty days.
eToro surpasses 1.5 million users. The company cites the growth of thousands of members joining per day since the launch of eToro’s social platform, OpenBook.
PayPal and Discover partner on person-to-person payments. Rollout begins this week for Discover’s person-to-person payments system.
Several Finovate Alumni firms have been nominated for Webby awards. Good luck to Lending Club, Mint, Billeo and Kashoo.
SmartyPig eliminates redemption fees. Transferring SmartyPig savings account funds to a retailer gift card is now free.
Yodlee partners with Boursorama to provide Money Center service. Boursorama customers will receive the Money Center PFM service free of charge.