Papal, Upco International, Square – Digital Payments: Continuing Disruptive Potential!

In a current article from February 22, 2021, Carsten Mainitz, author at News.Financial, writes about the companies Deutsche Telekom, Tencent, and Upco International. You can find the complete article here.

Here is an excerpt from this article:


Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Vancouver and New York City, the Company operates in two business segments: telecommunications and digital services. In its core business, Upco operates as a licensed global telecom carrier in the international VoIP (Voice over IP) wholesale business – primarily in niche markets. The second pillar comprises “digital services.”

In particular, the latter area created some fantasy with UpcoPay, a proprietary blockchain-based solution for payment services, and triggered an impressive share price increase in the last week. With a corporate announcement last week, the Company reported the departure of Sebastiano Massimo Galantucci from the Board of Directors after only 9 months in office. This announcement is unusual too as it is just before the publication of the annual results and the holding of the Annual General Meeting. The Company also confirmed at this time the high strategic importance of UpcoPay and its marketing in Europe. With this secure and convenient solution, direct payments can be made between individuals and between individuals and merchants.

The core of the investment case is the potential associated with UpcoPay and the transformation from an existing customer base into a new application. Central to this is the proof-of-concept, which the Company says will be delivered in Europe this year.

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