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Stellar and Keybase team up for easier crypto transfers

Digital currency platform Stellar has recently announced a partnership with Keybase that will help consumers make easier, faster cross-border payments. As the backend support provider on the project, Keybase will enable Stellar users to send international money transfers by simply inputting a username instead of long, complicated crypto wallet addresses.
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WorldRemit expands US service to Jamaican diaspora

Global payments provider WorldRemit has just announced expanded services for Jamaicans living in New York. The news comes on the heels of the company's recent bid to provide payment solutions for the city's growing Filipino community.
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WorldRemit's new service aimed at NY Filipino community

WorldRemit, a leading international payments provider, has just announced its launch in New York with a specific focus on the Filipino community. The company hopes this expanded service will better connect approximately 100,000 Filipinos living in the state with faster, cheaper ways to send money home.
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PayPal executive expresses confidence in Venmo

Venmo has become one of the go-to apps for millennials looking for faster, cheaper ways to pay bills and send money to friends. The greater challenge for the PayPal-owned company, however, is sustaining profitability.
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Ripple adds five more clients to blockchain network

Ripple has announced five new partnerships with financial institutions in four different countries. The deals involve two banks, Brazil's Itaú Unibanco and India's IndusInd, and three international money transfer agencies, Brazil's Beetech, Canada's Zip Remit and Singapore-based InstaReM.
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Transfast partners with State Bank of India

Remittance provider Transfast has recently announced a partnership with India's largest commercial bank to offer better international money transfer services to Indian workers in the US. The Transfast deal with SBI will allow Indian citizens living and working in the United States to easily send funds abroad to their bank accounts in India or to deposit funds to other SBI accounts, with improved speed and transparency for each transaction.
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