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You can now add the Paysera Visa card to Google Pay via the Paysera app

Mobile payments will soon be the absolute norm for the majority of Paysera clients. From now on, you can add your Paysera Visa card to Google Pay straight from the Paysera app, without even having the Google Pay app. 

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Paysera takes off to visit all its offices around the world. On foot

Recently, Paysera partnered with the Walk15 step-counting app and set out to visit all of its 15 offices across the world.

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E-commerce: How can a local IBAN save your money in Romania and Bulgaria?

More and more companies running an e-commerce business in countries like Romania, Bulgaria, or Hungary notice the benefits of having a local IBAN – also called RO IBAN, BG IBAN, or HU IBAN. It not only saves companies money when trading on these markets, but is also easy to obtain from fintech companies like Paysera.

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You can now add the Paysera Visa card to Google Pay via the Paysera app

Mobile payments will soon be the absolute norm for the majority of Paysera clients. From now on, you can add your Paysera Visa card to Google Pay straight from the Paysera app, without even having the Google Pay app. 

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Paysera enables e-shops to accept payments via Revolut 

From now on, e-shops that use Paysera's payment initiation service to process online payments will offer their clients to pay for goods or services via Revolut. 

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Easter in Paysera offices across the world: From Bulgaria to Lithuania to the Philippines!

We have talked to members of the Paysera team in different countries to find out how, if at all, they will mark the upcoming Easter weekend. What we found out is that we are working in a beautifully diverse community and can definitely borrow, if not traditions, then some recipes for the holidays from each other!

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Top 10 IT positions at Paysera

With the rapid expansion of Paysera into the global market – we are looking for some great minds and talents to join our team. This is an amazing opportunity for anyone who wants to work for an international fintech, with products that change and challenge the financial market, and are used by hundreds of thousands across the world. Ready to find your dream spot?

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2020: a rally which shook us, but reminded us about brakes

This should have been a year of economic prosperity, the Summer Olympic Games, and the beginning of a new decade. More pessimistic forecasts predicted a slight slow-down in the economy or, in an extreme case, an overheating economy. And then the pandemic came.

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Personal Finances

New Year’s resolutions: How to save money – the 50/30/20 rule

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is better management of personal finances. With the 2021 approaching, we would like to share with you some advice on how to save money applying the 50/30/20 rule.

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Joint account for couples – the next step in your relationship 

How to share expenses without those awkward money reminders? Read about joint accounts for couples, electronic money requests, and other ways to manage family finances in the early stages of a relationship. 

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E-commerce: How can a local IBAN save your money in Romania and Bulgaria?

More and more companies running an e-commerce business in countries like Romania, Bulgaria, or Hungary notice the benefits of having a local IBAN – also called RO IBAN, BG IBAN, or HU IBAN. It not only saves companies money when trading on these markets, but is also easy to obtain from fintech companies like Paysera.

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Paysera enables e-shops to accept payments via N26

Great news for merchants that use the Paysera payment initiation service to process online payments in their e-shops – from now on your buyers will be able to pay via N26. This comes only a couple of months after Paysera finished integration with another popular fintech – Revolut. 

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Paysera Albania secures an electronic money licence!

The Central Bank of Albania has granted an electronic money institution (EMI) licence to Paysera Albania, making it the third country in the Paysera Network to secure this licence. Other licences are currently held by the Network pioneer Paysera Lithuania as well as Paysera Kosovo.

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Press release: Paysera expands to Spain: company established, to be followed by a client service network

The Lithuanian-born e-payment network Paysera is expanding to Spain, where the company Paysera España was established in the city of Valencia. Paysera, the payment processor of the majority of Baltic e-shops, is starting its business in Spain with local partners.

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Press release: Paysera raised its authorised capital by four million euro

Paysera LT, a Lithuanian-born fintech company that collects e-payments for the majority of Baltic e-shops and provides payment services, has raised its authorised capital from EUR 3 million up to EUR 7 million. The capital was raised from the accumulated profit.