Most people have by now at least heard the term “NFT” or “non-fungible token.” However, only a small geeky elite actually knows what it means. People have a general idea that it is an exclusive digital asset but, beyond that, they’re largely clueless.
This holiday season, PayMaya lets you
Whether you’re sending funds to your inaanak’s PayMaya or bank account – or even those without any financial account, PayMaya is here to make your Christmas gift-giving more convenient and fun!
Here are just some of the ways PayMaya can bring ease to your aguinaldo-sending this Christmas:
In celebration of its numerous accomplishments and milestones this past year, and to give a small preview of what its customers can expect in 2022, Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) held another iteration of its long-running virtual media roundtable series E-TalkTales last December 15.
Digital transactions are here to stay and fintechs like PayMaya are making it easier to go cashless. The country’s leading digital financial services platform is the only fintech in the Philippines that runs a consumer e-wallet app, an enterprise payment processing business, and a remittance agent network with Smart Padala.
While its consumer app may not be the no. 1 e-wallet right now, its superior features make it #TooGoodToBeNo.2. If you haven’t tried out using the PayMaya app yet, you’re definitely missing out on some of its awesome features that could make your everyday transactions a whole lot easier.
From its free cash-in channels to 99.9% uptime, you’ll be surprised at how these nifty features can bring ease, convenience, and even savings whenever you go cashless.
Filipinos are now utilizing digital payments more than ever. Last month, the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas reported that digital payments made up 20.1% of all transactions in 2020, more than double the figure from two years ago of 10%. This strong momentum is creating opportunities particularly for enterprising Filipinos who engage in e-commerce.
To help micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the country capitalize on this growing trend, Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank), the region’s digital trailblazer and the country’s foremost bank for MSMEs, has launched a groundbreaking feature that will make e-payments easier and secure not only for customers but also for MSMEs—the new UPAY for MSME.
Coming into the second year of the pandemic, cleanliness and safety are still the top priorities for families. Even as vaccinations are slowly rolled out, nothing beats preparedness in keeping sickness at bay. Worldwide innovators, such as LG, have been hard at work to provide tools to help in the new normal. Its newest product, the LG Styler, is designed to keep clothes fresh and clean without needing to launder them excessively.
There is no doubt that the global pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, changing our day-to-day lives. Due to current events, the digital shift that was supposed to take years happened in a blink of an eye – putting the spotlight on businesses and how they make an effort to innovate their products and services.
Home Credit started its digitalization journey in 2013, knowing that it will be the next big thing in the financial industry. They catered to Filipinos with little to no credit history and provided affordable installments for their gadget and electronic needs. The company is considered a pioneer and leader in the concept of “buy now, pay later.”
Going cashless is now made more convenient as you can transfer funds from your go-to bank to your trusted e-wallet anytime, anywhere. The only thing that would make this experience even more hassle-free is taking out unwanted fees – especially for cash-in. Lucky for you, PayMaya has got that covered.