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Payconiq expands to Luxembourg with Digicash acquisition

Thursday 3 August 2017 | 17:50 CET | News
Belgian m-payment platform Payconiq has agreed to acquire Digicash Payments, a Luxembourg-based fintech start-up created in 2010 as part of a government-supported initiative. The Digicash mobile app is currently used by one quarter of the Luxembourg population, said the company, as a result of the successful cooperation of local banks, shops, insurers and energy providers, among others.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Belgium / Benelux / Luxembourg
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