Nubi: Powered by Ripple

by | May 1, 2021

Nubi is an Argentine fintech company founded in 2017. Its customers can now send and receive payments around the world efficiently, through Ripple-powered RippleNet.

First signs of a partnership

Nubi is a company that believes in innovation and new technologies to include more people financially and has partnered with companies like PayPal, VISA, and Transferwise. A partnership with Ripple was revealed by XRParcade back in January 2020. It was the LinkedIn profiles of two Nubi employees that indicated that Nubi was integrating RippleNet for cross-border payments in Argentina.

Powered by Ripple

Indeed, a little more than a year later, the partnership is now official. Nubi and RippleNet allow customers to send and receive payments around the world efficiently.

Nubi has been added to our Ripple ecosystem. Ripple has been growing rapidly in the LATAM region, with Remitee also becoming a Ripple partner in Argentina recently.

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