In fintech race, Go-Jek app extends consumer credit to offline stores
Go-Jek, Indonesia’s first billion-dollar tech startup, has agreed to acquire three local fintech firms as it seeks to expand its grip on the digital payments market. The deals involve Kartuku, a leading offline payments processing company in Indonesia; Midtrans, said to be the nation’s top online payment gateway; and Mapan, a community.
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An Indonesia-based motorcycle taxi ordering company is taking an unusual step to get into mobile payments next year with the purchase of three fintech firms in the country, according to various local reports. Go-Jek wants to give consumers the ability to use its mobile app to pay for good and services both online and at physical retail stores.
Photo via Tech in Asia Indonesia’s answer to Uber, Go-Jek, has bought three fintech startups as it attempts to establish itself as a major digital payments player. The company has acquired offline kartuku, a payments processing outfit; Midtrans, an online payments gateway; and Mapan, a lending network for amounts that are undisclosed.
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