Lemon, a mobile expense receipt tracker, got off to a solid start racking up 1 million users in its first four months. But the company isn’t just interested in helping people organize their receipts by taking pictures of them. It is looking at becoming a full mobile wallet for users, and it’s just raised $8 million to go after that goal. The Series A round was led by Maveron and Starbucks (s sbux) founder Howard Schultz’s fund, along with additional funding from Shutterfly, Drugstore.com, Zulily, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and The Social+Capital Partnership, the fund launched by former Facebook (s fb) Vice President Chamath Palihapitiya.
The new money will help Lemon tackle what it calls its Smarter Wallet platform, which uses a broad definition of a mobile wallet. Oftentimes, we think of mobile wallets as just payment tools, but a wallet is really a place where we store a lot of cards…
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