TransferGo receives electronic money license from the Bank of Lithuania
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TransferGo receives electronic money license from the Bank
of Lithuania
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EN.DELFI 2018 july 18 d. 17:30

The Bank of Lithuania has provided an electronic money
license to the international money transfer startup
TranferGo. This license opens up new development
opportunities and makes it possible for the company to
further simplify and speed up international money transfers,
as well as to offer electronic money storage, real-time
transfers and other financial services throughout the
European Union, a press release from the startup states.

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https://en.delfi.lt/archive/article.php?id=78606971

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