The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong
The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong

Alipay becomes first digital wallet to allow remittances between Macau and mainland China

  • From Tuesday, Alipay Macau users can transfer payments in Macau patacas to bank cards linked with mainland Alipay accounts registered under the same name
  • Alipay’s announcement follows the unveiling of a plan to improve integration between Macau and Hengqin Island in Guangdong province

Topic |   Mobile payments
The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong
The Ruins of St Paul’s in Macau. Depending on their level of authentication, users will be able to remit between 10,000 patacas (US$1,249) and 30,000 patacas a day. Photo: Winson Wong
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