Future FinTech Labs to bring Currencycloud remittance app to US-based immigrants


Currencycloud, the experts simplifying business in a multi-currency world, has partnered with Future FinTech Labs (FTFT Labs) to launch the Tempo remittance app to offer US-based immigrants a streamlined way , secure and profitable to send money.

Tempo currently serves money transfers to North America (Canada, Mexico), Europe (Italy, Spain, France, Germany, UK), India and the Philippines.

By working with Currencycloud, FTFT Labs can provide its customers with a multi-currency wallet that makes sending money to the aforementioned countries easier and more cost effective than many money transfer services that charge high fees per transfer. More importantly to FTFT Labs, the Tempo app is a money transfer service its users can trust, with features that make transferring money easier and with in-app customer support at their fingertips. FTFT Lab’s conversion tool means users can buy and exchange currencies, while FTFT Labs’ funds feature allows users to easily add funds to the digital wallet.

By continually adding new features to the app, FTFT Labs aims to bring the most innovative and easy-to-use financial products to the fingertips of an often overlooked market: American immigrants.

Mr. Sean Liu, CEO of FTFT Labs, comments on the launch: “Tempo represents an easy, fast and secure way to transfer money across borders. Working with Currencycloud and using the scope of services allows us to offer our clients a seamless process from start to finish. We are confident that we will be able to continue to make funds transfer a seamless process for our end users. »

Lewis Nurcombe, Vice President of Sales at Currencycloud, commented, “Migrants in the United States should be able to send money overseas without friction and without prohibitive costs. A fintech like Future FinTech Labs understands the needs of workers who want to send money to family and friends, and as such is successfully reinventing the way money flows for this huge market.


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