Pomelo Pay prepares to issue cards through Mastercard connection and boost SME offering
Vincent Choi, CEO of Pomelo Pay joins the FinTech Magazine Podcast to talk about contactless payments, the importance of QR codes and the impact of the pandemic and Brexit for the fintech industry.
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Cards are replacing cash at a colossal speed: almost two in five payments were made by debit cards in 2018.