Mohd Khairil Abdullah
Three of the larger e-wallet providers in Malaysia are selected as partners for the Malaysian government’s e-Tunai Rakyat initiative to accelerate digital payment adoption.
WKYew, the country’s top Hearthstone player and part of Boost e-wallet’s e-sports team brings glory to Malaysia in SEA Games debut.
Service vendors can free technician teams from handling cash Boost takes another step in building robust cashless digital ecosystem
First life insurance company to allow premium payments via mobile e-wallet app.
Homegrown e-wallet partners with F&B giant to add a new layer of convenience for customers.
The real story in the Axiata-Mitsui deal lies in how Axiata Group made a bold bet on digital and it’s now paying off.
Aims to enhance customers’ retail experience by providing them with an alternative payment method.
Sells portfolio for US$140 million to Singapore-based Pegasus 7 Ventures.
Collaborate in the development of mobile financial and digital services that will boost Asean's digital economy.
Homegrown e-wallet’s strategy involves partnering with strong brands by offering more convenience and a richer customer experience.