SadaPay users can now receive payments through Apple Pay and Google Pay, opening new avenues for Pakistani freelancers.
SadaPay is making significant strides in empowering Pakistani freelancers by enabling them to receive payments through Apple Pay and Google Pay. The announcement was made during SadaPay’s SadaSummit event, attended by IT industry veterans, thought leaders, and early adopters of SadaBiz, a business account designed for freelancers.
Apple Pay’s user base, at more than 550 million, has surpassed PayPal’s 450 million users. Additionally, the payment volume processed by Apple Pay is four times that of PayPal, and it continues to grow rapidly. With over 2 billion iPhones worldwide equipped with Apple Pay, SadaPay recognized the potential of providing Pakistani freelancers with a reliable payment rail to easily receive payments from their clients.
Apart from Apple Pay, SadaPay also announced the acceptance of payments through Google Pay, which is experiencing similar momentum in terms of global user adoption. SadaPay fills the void left by international payment companies that have long ignored the Pakistani market, now giving Pakistani freelancers access to both Apple Pay and Google Pay to 700 million worldwide. Connecting to more than devices.
To further support freelancers in Pakistan, SadaPay introduced a new initiative called SadaSchool. The initiative offers masterclasses to help freelancers grow from beginners to experts in various fields such as graphic design, copywriting, programming, and other high-income skills. Additionally, SadaSchool includes a Discord community for peer support and guidance, providing a network of experts and thought leaders to host workshops and share their knowledge.
Our vision is clear: the future of work for Pakistani youth lies in freelancing. The integration of Apple Pay helps realize this vision. This is an important development. This initiative not only opens up employment opportunities for our skilled youth but also plays a significant role in sending valuable foreign exchange to Pakistan.Brandon Timinsky, CEO of SadaPay, emphasized the importance of this development
The development is a game-changer for Pakistani freelancers who have long faced challenges in accessing international payments due to the absence of PayPal in the country. Now, freelancers can work seamlessly with international clients, offering a direct payment link with Apple Pay as a payment method, simplifying the process for both parties.
SadaPay’s commitment to supporting Pakistan’s digital generation and expanding opportunities for freelancers marks a significant step towards the country’s emergence as a global freelancing hub.