InstaKin, the Pakistan-US-based payment platform for immigrants, will roll out services for the South Asian market by the end of 2021.
The startup has also been inducted into Y Combinator’s 2021 summer cohort of emerging new businesses, and is reportedly working on integrating more financial instruments to enhance the diversification and flexibility of its services.
InstaKin is reimagining remittances for immigrant communities worldwide by focusing on ‘purpose-driven remittances’. Since its inception in 2019, it has continued to grow as a one-stop solution that helps to improve the lives of immigrants with transparency and control over their hard-earned incomes.
As the profile suggests, the startup provides access to operational, verified, and trusted vendors in numerous countries through the adoption of a quick, accurate, and compliant financial services platform.
Source: Pro Pakistani