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AppTech (APCX) And NEC Payments Join Forces To Transform Mobile Digital Payments

About the Event

AppTech (OTC: APCX) has entered into a strategic partnership with NEC Payments to deliver a FinTech ecosystem that incorporates embedded payments, banking, and financial services capabilities to power digital commerce experiences for clients. This positions them perfectly for the mobile payments revolution that’s taking place right now.

Apple Pay, Venmo, and other mobile platforms are already using AppTech’s patented technology for payment processing. In fact, Apple, Microsoft, Zelle, Google, Bank of America, Samsung, and other Fortune 500 companies have cited AppTech over 200 times in their applications.

Join our fireside chat withAppTech CEO, Luke D’Angelo and Marcus Magarian from Chatsworth Securities as they’ll discuss how the company is uniquely positioned to profit from the booming mobile payments industry.

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