Sydney-based payments company Monoova has partnered with payment services provider for banks and payment platforms Cuscal to rollout NPP payment capabilities to Monoova’s automated payment service.
End-to-end payment solution provider Cuscal says it has improved payment platform reliability and reduced downtime, improving the experience for Australians both through traditional means and through 86 400 banking.
A new digital bank with the name 86 400 is being set up in Australia and it is pitched by its founders as a potential “genuine alternative” to the big four banks.
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