Wallet.ng, a company trying to make payments and transactions easier, faster and more accessible to both businesses and individuals, have made a timely upgrade to their product. Welcome the Wallet Dollar Card.
According to the founder and CEO, John Oke, who explained how this would work via his social media handle, the Dollar Card seemed very useful especially if you might want to pay on platforms out the country or continent, that don’t accept local currencies.
John says that he is very excited, as “the Wallet Dollar Card is going to be a part of our next update. The card can initially only be used to pay on entertainment, shopping and charity websites e.g Netflix, Spotify, Apple Music, GoFundMe, Amazon to name a few.”
According to him, each Wallet Dollar card comes with a genuine billing address and a zip code. You can only fund your card from your wallet balance and vice versa, as whenever you feel like you have too much funds on your dollar card, or need funds on your wallet account, you can move funds back to your wallet account easily can be moved back easily.
I'm excited to announce that the Wallet Dollar Card is going to be a part of our next update. The card can initially only be used to pay on entertainment, shopping and charity websites e.g Netflix, Spotify, Apple Music, GoFundMe, Amazon to name a few. pic.twitter.com/dFGGrhPJbM
— John Oke (@thejohnoke) April 20, 2018
The dollar card platform by Wallet.ng is built in partnership with Flutterwave, a platform that allows users to accept funds from different countries (even outside Africa). The transactions on the card can be viewed and filtered instantly.
Well, this is a big deal as it provides an apt solution to not being able to make (online) payments on foreign platforms. With the dollar card, Wallet.ng users have exactly what they need to enjoy the services of certain websites and platforms. This is a win for everybody.