Back

Ripple's Partner Nium Teams Up with Major Payment Firm Teledolar in Costa Rica

Ripple keeps spreading its technology via its partners and now top-tier fintech player Nium partners with Teledolar—a leading fintech platform in Costa Rica

article image
Cover image via stock.adobe.com

According to a Finextra article, major global B2B fintech Niumwhich runs on Ripplehas joined forces with a big fintech player in Costa Rica, Teledolar, to expand its presence in Latin America and make local clients and companies part of the world's digital economy.

Nium targets wider expansion in Latin America

Ripple's partner, major fintech company Nium, keeps expanding its presence in various parts of the world. This time, the expansion is to the emerging market of Latin America.

For this purpose, it has become partners with Teledolar, a top-tier fintech firm in Costa Rica.

Ads
Ads

Latin America is now hungry for new fintech solutions, so this sector is growing fast. The adoption of the internet is spreading through the region, along with mobile business applications and digital payments.

The recent pandemic that began in China and caused a global lockdown has hit economies all over the world pretty hard and inspired Latin America to welcome more innovation. The region is emerging from the global pandemic with more offerings in the digital sphere.

Nium expects that its presence in Latin America will help local fintechs, banks and other financial institutions to convert their products into digital formats quickly and easily and to find new consumers for them.

Nium partners with Teledolar

By joining forces with local big fintech firm Teledolar (Nium's first partnership in Costa Rica), Nium intends to help its customers conduct real-time payments to destinations outside of Latin Americato Europe, the U.S. and the U.K., among other countries.

👉 MUST READ Ripple Taken to Court by NPP Australia Allegedly Over PayID Trademarkrelated article image

Nium works with Visa Direct

Previously, Nium began cooperating with the global Visa giant in order to set up an instant payments corridor between Indonesia and Singapore.

To achieve this, Nium has managed to obtain a license from the Central Bank of Indonesia. Working with Visa Direct allows Nium's customers to receive remittances directly in their bank accounts.

Subscribe to CryptoComes.com on Facebook, and get involved in all top daily cryptocurrency news, stories and price predictions!

article writer image
Yuri Molchan

Yuri entered the crypto sphere at the BTC price peak in 2017, quickly turning into a crypto enthusiast. He has written for several media, covering everything from TA to ICOs and crypto regulations. Presently is a news writer, working with crypto and blockchain-related topics.