Startup for migrants emerges top


Mehedi delivering his winning pitch. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star.

MyCash Online’s e-wallet service which lets migrant workers reload phone credit, pay bills, buy bus tickets and more is the winner at the Seedstars Kuala Lumpur pitching contest, edging out 10 other Malaysian-based startups, writes QISHIN TARIQ.

WITH millions of migrant workers in Malaysia still without access to banks, fintech startup MyCash Online looks poised to solve the problem with its e-wallet service.

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