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Dosh app makes asking mates for money less awkward

Henry Burrell
Mon, 11 Oct 2021

Dosh founders James McEniery (left) and Shane Marsh. (Image: Dosh)
Henry Burrell
Mon, 11 Oct 2021
New Zealand’s first digital wallet service has been launched to address the country’s lack of real-time banking infrastructure.Dosh, and Dosh for Business, can be downloaded as separate apps for iOS and Android devices.The service functions similarly to popular US peer-to-peer payment platforms Venmo and Cash App by letting people send, receive, and request instant payments from others.Popular uses include small transactions in cafés and splitting bills or payments with friends. Dosh’s founders say these services h...

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