Moneytis just graduated from YCombinator and partners with YOLT (ING Bank)

Christophe lassuyt from Moneytis Corporation
03 Jun 2017 is building the Kayak for international money transfers. People come on the website, put the amount they want to send and to which country they want to send it, and Moneytis gives them the best solutions among +300 operators such as Western Union, Worldremit and Transferwise. The fintech company recently graduated from YCombinator Winter 2017 batch.

Yolt is a ING Bank's startup which gives an overview of bills and subscriptions across accounts.

Today, the companies which met at the ING accelerator in Amsterdam announce a brand new partnership where Yolt uses Moneytis' technology to help their customers to transfer money internationally.

They expect to provide the services to +100'000 persons in a few months. It's one unique example of a bank entity (Yolt) which partners with startups (Moneytis).

For more information, please contact:
Christophe lassuyt
Moneytis Corporation
1 415 685 4304
cedar place 785
94303 East palo alto

Category: Money Tranfer/FX
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