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Paysera enters the cash pickup transfers market, starting with transfers to Ukraine
More security for online shoppers: e-payments made using the Paysera Visa card from now on must be confirmed via app
Paysera introduces a new logo, changes visual identity
More and more Ukrainians are looking to open an account in the European Union
Solidarity with Ukraine: Paysera to halt transfers to and from Russia, close accounts of its Russian clients
New CEO of Paysera G. Mežetis to lead the company into the banking business
You can now check the status of Paysera systems online
Paysera makes move into physical trading of gold
Paysera starts trading gold
Tickets are bought here and now, but events aren't always attended
How to get the advance payment back if you haven't received the car keys or company shares?
Paysera becomes an official payment operator of Shopify
Paysera becomes an official payment provider at Shopify
To start or not to start fintech company during recession?
Fintech dreams clash with internal banks policy
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Beginning our journey in 2004 in Vilnius, Lithuania, today we are one of the longest-operating fintechs in the Baltics, an EU licensed e-money institution (EMI) with a network of companies expanding to other European countries.