One of the prominent providers of financial technology solutions, i2c recently announced that it has developed a partnership with Marygold, a Colorado-based fintech firm, to power the company’s Tap to Pay debit Mastercard along with its new client-centric savings platform.

In an official announcement shared by i2c, the company noted that Marygold will leverage its plug-and-play payment APIs. Marygold’s contactless debit Mastercard will authenticate payments without any requirement of a signature or a pin.

In March 2022, i2c developed a partnership with Visa and became its fintech processor in the MENA region. Through the latest collaboration with Marygold, i2c will facilitate the company’s clients via technology-driven financial tools.

“We built Marygold & Co. to offer clients a truly end-to-end banking and payments experience that anticipated and catered to their unique financial needs. Like having a private banker on your phone, Marygold & Co. is a banking and financial services app that is free to open and will empower users to take control of their finances,” said Nicholas Gerber, the Co-Founder of Marygold & Co.

“We were already familiar with i2c through their widespread presence in the processing space and knew that we wanted to work with them because of their deep domain expertise, global connections to all the major card networks and ability to bring card programs to market quickly,” Gerber added.

i2c’s Collaborations

Since the start of 2022, i2c has expanded its partnerships with prominent fintech firms across the world. In February this year, the company joined hands with KARTY, a fintech firm based in Qatar, for the launch of a digital-first prepaid wallet.

Serena Smith, the Chief Client Officer of i2c, believes that the latest partnership with Marygold will facilitate the growth of the payment ecosystem. “i2c was built to enable innovators like Marygold & Co. so that they can launch with faster speed-to-market and innovation cycles, and we’re proud that they selected us to help bring their payment visions to life,” Smith said.

One of the prominent providers of financial technology solutions, i2c recently announced that it has developed a partnership with Marygold, a Colorado-based fintech firm, to power the company’s Tap to Pay debit Mastercard along with its new client-centric savings platform.

In an official announcement shared by i2c, the company noted that Marygold will leverage its plug-and-play payment APIs. Marygold’s contactless debit Mastercard will authenticate payments without any requirement of a signature or a pin.

In March 2022, i2c developed a partnership with Visa and became its fintech processor in the MENA region. Through the latest collaboration with Marygold, i2c will facilitate the company’s clients via technology-driven financial tools.

“We built Marygold & Co. to offer clients a truly end-to-end banking and payments experience that anticipated and catered to their unique financial needs. Like having a private banker on your phone, Marygold & Co. is a banking and financial services app that is free to open and will empower users to take control of their finances,” said Nicholas Gerber, the Co-Founder of Marygold & Co.

“We were already familiar with i2c through their widespread presence in the processing space and knew that we wanted to work with them because of their deep domain expertise, global connections to all the major card networks and ability to bring card programs to market quickly,” Gerber added.

i2c’s Collaborations

Since the start of 2022, i2c has expanded its partnerships with prominent fintech firms across the world. In February this year, the company joined hands with KARTY, a fintech firm based in Qatar, for the launch of a digital-first prepaid wallet.

Serena Smith, the Chief Client Officer of i2c, believes that the latest partnership with Marygold will facilitate the growth of the payment ecosystem. “i2c was built to enable innovators like Marygold & Co. so that they can launch with faster speed-to-market and innovation cycles, and we’re proud that they selected us to help bring their payment visions to life,” Smith said.