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February 3, 2023
Finance Technologies

Danish fintech Blocser launches Butterfly card for UK’s gig workers

Blocser, a Danish fintech start-up, has launched its ‘Butterfly’ card in the UK for gig economy workers. In partnership with UK card manufacturer allpay.cards, the start-up intends to target what it calculates to be a five-million-strong national demographic. “Think of us as a ridesharing service, but instead of rides, you sell your work.” The payment card sits in an account which also includes billing features for freelancers, and digital business cards. Users can receive digital payments direct to their Butterfly card. They can also make payment requests, generate contracts and receipts, chat with buyers via integrated mainstream messenger apps, and…
Danish fintech Blocser launches Butterfly card for UK’s gig workers

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