Revenue Monster has added Sarawak Pay to its roster of payment options to encourage adoption of contactless payment in the state.
Homegrown e-wallet Boost has introduced three new bill payment features to provide busy Malaysians with the ability to pay their bills with a tap of a button.
AIA Malaysia has taken up a minority equity investment in TNG Digital, which owns Touch ‘n Go e-wallet under a long-term strategic partnership.
The e-wallet saw a large number of successful claims as part of the eBelia programme that provides financial aid to students aged between 18 and 20.
The payments platform has partnered GrabPay to enable Malaysian and Singaporean businesses offer GrabPay as an online payment method.
The Malaysian e-wallet will be part of an initiative to provide e-wallet cash incentive to students
Users of the Malaysian e-wallet can now send and receive their Duit Raya via the app, or send it to charity.
Mastercard’s study found that Asia Pacific consumers are now more open to new payment tech and innovation, though security is still a concern.
The fintech company will integrate new solution into Boost’s e-wallet app.
The Malaysian fintech company, which has plans to become’s world’s first Shariah-compliant digital bank, has received conditional approval from the Malaysian Central Bank.