WARSAW, Feb 28 (Reuters) – Dutch fintech Adyen will provide the Polish Fee Commonplace-developed Blik fee system to its prospects, it mentioned on Friday, making it out there to on-line corporations like Spotify, Uber and ebay.
The Polish Fee Commonplace (PSP) was created by a gaggle of six Polish banks. It has embedded Blik in cell banking apps, permitting customers to pay on-line or in shops, withdraw cash from ATMs and make transfers.
“That is one other vital second in Blik’s growth,” mentioned Monika Krol, Vice President of the Administration Board of PSP, in an announcement.
“The subsequent step in our cooperation with Adyen is service integration, which will likely be out there in March 2020. After that, Adyen prospects will be capable to implement Blik on their platforms.”
Adyen serves service provider prospects, pitching itself as having the ability to course of nearly any form of fee. In 2019 it made native offers with Apple Pay and Google Pay, in addition to Open Banking in Britain and M-Pesa in Kenya, amongst others. (Reporting by Alan Charlish; Modifying by Kirsten Donovan)