Marker Trax and Koin announce new phase of Euronet partnership

December 12, 2023
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The partnership was originally agreed last year.

Marker Trax and Koin have announced the next phase of their parternship with Euronet, which began last year. 

Euronet has made its second investment into the partnership and its global payments network will be leveraged by Marker Trax and Koin, which includes 1.9 billion wallet customers and connections to more than 4.2 billion personal bank accounts. 

Euronet also owns one of the world’s largest remittance payments companies in Ria Money Transfer and operates in more than 200 countries/territories. 

Marker Trax President Charlie Skinner said: “Euronet was among the first major technology partners to realize the full significance of the transformative effect Marker Trax was set to have on the gaming industry.  

“They immediately saw what we had achieved and showed tremendous confidence in our future growth. They’re one of the world’s most influential and forward-thinking financial and technology companies and extending our partnership will yield significant benefits for all parties.” 

Koin President Gary Larkin added: “We’re changing how people think about digital payments in the resort environment. Our partnership with Euronet indicates the progress we’ve made, but more importantly, of how well we’re positioned to transform the digital payments landscape. 

“Supported by Euronet’s payments expertise and strong global presence, we’re set to take a leading role in the ongoing transformation of payments within the gaming and hospitality industries.” 

Back in June, Marker Trax made cashless credit available at the Graton Casino and Resort in Northern California. 


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