Union Pay Issuing Cards in Electronics Stores Monday, 18 Jul 2022 11:58 am
Find it hard to get a Union Pay Card? Not anymore! You can visit any affiliated electronics store and receive an anonymous debit card from Union Pay. The Chinese card manufacturer currently only offers the service in China, but will probably expand the service to Russia, Ukraine and a number of Asian countries soon. What is needed to get Union Pay´s pre paid card? A document confirming travelling abroad, along with your passport, entry VISA, plane ticket and a hotel for your stay. Do you want to see which crypto sites allowing this funding option? Check out our review of Union Pay here
Union Pay International Partner With DinaCard in Serbia Sunday, 20 Feb 2022 11:26 pm
Shanghai based UnionPay International (UPI) has reach a partnership with DinaCard from Serbia, the main debit card in the Serbian market. The partnership took place thanks to helpful support from NBS, the National Bank of Serbia. Over 170 million UnionPay cards are available worldwide, and Russia is the fastest growing market for the card provider at the moment. UnionPay's coverage is now above 90% in Asia-Pacific, around 80% in EU and almost 70% in the U.S and Canada... Read the full newsflash
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