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Dosh to introduce NZ’s first digital wallet

Henry Burrell
Fri, 23 Apr 2021

Dosh founders and returning Aucklanders Shane Marsh and James McEniery.
Henry Burrell
Fri, 23 Apr 2021
Fintech startup Dosh is confident it can succeed where others have failed by successfully introducing a digital wallet app to New Zealand later this year.Such apps, which allow users to store money in-app and make payments to individuals and retailers via phone number linking and QR codes, are popular in Asia, North America and the UK.People can send money, do things like split restaurant bills, or pay in-store, all with instant transactions.Zeal, a person-to-person (P2P) payment app built by Westpac and ASB, announced its launch in June 2019 b...

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