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July 4, 2022
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PAYMYNT Financial buys crypto e-wallet LettucePay

PAYMYNT Financial, a Boston-based fintech which combines digital banking, cryptocurrencies, and peer-to-peer (P2P) payments, has bought crypto e-wallet LettucePay. The soon-to-be-acquired start-up will make it possible for PAYMYNT to integrate cryptocurrencies as a form of payment at US retailers. Details of the deal were not disclosed. LettucePay operates on top of Stellar Network, an open source blockchain platform PAYMYNT’s retail partners include the likes of Walmart, H&M, Target and Patagonia. LettucePay Launched just last year, LettucePay allows merchants to settle crypto amounts as USD payments. It claims that it charges “minimal transaction fees”. Michael Rosa, LettucePay’s CEO, says its team…
PAYMYNT Financial buys crypto e-wallet LettucePay

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