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July 1, 2022
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Ex-Starling CTO’s start-up Ziglu launches crypto P2P payments

Ziglu, a start-up founded by Starling Bank’s former chief technology officer, Mark Hipperson, has launched peer-to-peer (P2P) payments for crypto and fiat currencies. The launch follows its £5.25 million fundraising in June, and the landing of its electronic money institution (EMI) licence last week. Ziglu claims its ‘modern day account’ is ready for “hyper-scale growth” Ziglu customers can instantly send or receive “any” physical or digital currency to or from a contact within the Ziglu community. Idea behind Ziglu Launched as recently as June, Ziglu has called itself a cryptocurrency-focused bank. It insures digital assets against cyberattacks up to the…
Ex-Starling CTO’s start-up Ziglu launches crypto P2P payments

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