Paysera nuosavą kapitalą padidino iki 18 mln. Eur, klientai daugiau lėšų sąskaitose galės laikyti nemokamai
A gesture of solidarity: Paysera released a payment card displaying the flag of Ukraine
Paysera to become a bank in Georgia: central bank grants licence
Paysera starts offering transfers in USD to China
Telefono ragelyje išgirdę „Laba diena, skambinu iš jūsų banko“ pirmiausia turėtų netikėti
New CEO of Paysera G. Mežetis to lead the company into the banking business
Paysera Tickets introduces its new logo, remains committed to not charging buyers unnecessary fees
8 ways scammers can steal your bank card details without you noticing
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.