Unlimit and UnionPay International Declare Global Issuing Partnership


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Unlimit and UnionPay International UPI announced their partnership to accelerate the growth of Unlimit’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform.

By supporting Unlimit’s BaaS platform with UniPay’s global reach, the companies will make the platform more comprehensive, dynamic, and customizable, meeting the evolving needs of a global customer base.

Unlimit’s BaaS API solution will be integrated with UPI cards to help Unilimit focus on new financial innovations and bring customer-centric solutions, such as cross-border payments, banking solutions, gig economy platforms, and loyalty programs.

BaaS clients can also add UPI cards to their digital offerings to make frequent international transactions.

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