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August 13, 2022
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Currencycloud signs up Starling Bank for new multi-currency account

Currencycloud has signed up UK challenger Starling Bank, Singapore-based money transfer fintech TranSwap, and Californian remittance fintech Remitr for its new multi-currency wallet. The London-based payments platform’s offering, called ‘Currencycloud Spark’, allows fintechs and financial institutions (FIs) to provide global multi-currency accounts. Banking providers rarely provide multi-currency accounts These first clients and their customers can receive, store funds and make payments in more than 30 different currencies. Helping businesses trade with each other Historically, the global market has revolved around the US and the US dollar. But in the last decade, overseas expansion has become vital for start-ups as well…
Currencycloud signs up Starling Bank for new multi-currency account

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