Ukrainian bank launched a pilot project and Prostir payment cards
Ukrainians can order new cards in PrivatBank / Photo: UNIAN, NBU, Collage: Today
PrivatBank users can issue new Prostir payment cards.
According to the press service of the financial institution, now this is a pilot project using the national payment system.
At their own request, customers can order bank cards at PrivatBank branches in the following areas:
They will look like regular payout cards. Prostir cardholders will be able to receive pension and social benefits, assistance to internally displaced persons. They can pay for purchases, withdraw cash from ATMs and make transfers within Ukraine.
Prostir is a Ukrainian banking multi-issue payment system for mass payments. It allows you to carry out operations with the hryvnia within Ukraine and on national sites.
Settlements, cash withdrawals and other operations in the system are carried out using smart cards. The technology for Prostor was developed at the National Bank of Ukraine.
New features in Privat24
In May, users of the Privat24 application were also pleased with the next updates. Among the main changes is the “Savings” section, which allows you to open a deposit via mobile and manage it.
Recently, PrivatBank has connected to the Payoneer payment system. Now you can transfer money from your Payoneer account to a card or bank account through the application on your phone.
In addition, customers can change their login and financial number in the application. And in the web version, they added the “Voice biometrics” technology, which allows the application to identify the owner by voice.
Earlier, Segodnya was told that IDPs can receive financial support from the state on the “Yepidtrimka” card. It is now possible to issue it on the basis of PrivatBank through the Diya application. Find out also what vintage apartments in the “soviet” style are offered for rent in Kyiv.
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