Industry experts Secure Trading chosen for MiFinity’s gaming-focusedeWallet

Secure Trading Group announced today that their expertise in the gaming vertical has been banked on by MiFinity as they look to develop their eWallet’s capabilities for merchants and customers in the sector. MiFinity’seWalletoffers a fast, simple and secure payment solution using advanced encryption and fraud monitoring, as well as a variety of payment options for deposits and withdrawals. These features make it an idealeWallet for the gaming industry, whose customers place huge importance on speed of deposits and withdrawals. Secure Trading have a wealth of expertise in online gaming, having powered the payments of several prestigious clients for a number of years.

Secure Trading’s international capabilities will help to cementMiFinity’seWalletas a truly global solution for its users. With Dynamic Currency Conversion and multi-currency payments, and an acquiring network of over 40 banks globally, Secure Trading’s payment gateway and merchant acquiring services will ensure that MiFinity are well-equipped to serve gamers all around the world.The SiGMA conference in Malta from November 28th to 30th will see the re-launch of the eWallet with a renewed focus on the gaming sector.

“Our eWallet has gone somewhat under the radar since its inception, while we worked hard to ensure it has the functionality to process payments on a global scale,” Kieron Nolan, CFO of MiFinity said. “Secure Trading are the perfect gateway and acquiring partner to help us achieve this because of their vast experience within international gaming. We’re confident that they will help us to unlock our eWallet’s potential within the industry.”

Jonathan O’Connor, Chief Commercial Officer of Secure Trading Group, added: “Secure Trading have had a relationship with MiFinity now for a number of years, as we have helped them to issue refunds for their merchants. Our payment solutions have played a huge part in several major gaming merchants’ international expansion, so when they approached us with the proposition of bolstering their eWallet with our gateway and acquiring tools, we were delighted to be able to develop our relationship further.”


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