The Lewiston Tribune: Seattle Startup Remitly Doubles Global Reach By Helping Immigrants Send Money Overseas

Pandemic business is booming for a Seattle company that enables immigrants to send money to overseas relatives through their mobile phones.

Remitly announced Wednesday that, since February, its mobile wallet network has expanded to 300 million customers from 160 million after the company provided more money-forwarding options for immigrants living in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

View full article in The Lewiston Tribune.

RELATED POSTS
Image of Seattle needle building

Geek Wire: Seattle fintech startup Possible Finance lands $20M to launch ‘safest credit card ever’

May 13, 2022
Possible Finance, a Seattle startup that offers loans, just raised an additional $20 million and plans to launch a new credit card. Read the full article here.

Built in Seattle: AccelByte Raises $60M to Grow Product and Engineering Teams

May 12, 2022
Seattle is known for being a game development hub. The city has been been the birthplace of popular games such as the original Halo and the wildly popular Pokemon Go....

Be a community partner in the 4th industrial revolution.

Learn More

US Tech Future is a Verizon-led community-focused initiative working to engage the local community in a discussion about technology and how it can improve the lives of local residents for their benefit and the benefit of the community as a whole.

Our mission is to engage with citizens and community stakeholders in USA to provide information on how technology can work to have a dramatic impact on the way we work and live in our communities.