Global: UK’s Paymentsense Secures Irish E-Money Licence for Expansion

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Paymentsense, based in the UK, is set to enter the Irish market under the trading name Dojo following the acquisition of an e-money licence from the Irish central bank.

Already established in Ireland, Dojo specializes in providing merchants with card terminals for contactless payments. The new licence broadens the scope of its services to encompass e-money offerings, placing it among notable players such as Stripe, Square, and SumUp.

With over 150,000 businesses served in the UK, Dojo reported revenues of €278 million for the fiscal year ending on March 31.

Positioning Ireland as its European headquarters, Paymentsense aims to extend its footprint and eventually cover additional EU countries.

John Irwin, CEO of Paymentsense Ireland, expressed confidence in replicating the success achieved in the UK, emphasizing their customer-centric approach and innovative technology. He stated, “Our success in the UK, built on customer obsession and innovative technology, will now extend to Ireland and other EU countries in the future.”

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