International remittances continues to be one of the biggest financial services in developing countries, with $450 billion getting sent from countries like the U.S. to emerging markets in 2017 alone,
Remitly, a startup co-founded and led by a former executive of Barclays who saw a gap in the market to build money transfer and other financial services for emerging markets and the “unbanked&#
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Remittances are a huge business, with $582 billion transferred in 2015 and $432 billion of that sent specifically to emerging markets, according to the World Bank. Today, one of the bigger star
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Mobile payments platform <a target="_blank" href="https://www.remitly.com/">Remitly</a> (formerly BeamIt), which allows U.S. users to transfer money overseas, has raised an additional $2.6 million,