Recent Blogs

February 25, 2019

FOMO a member of the SGQR taskforce, works towards creating a cashless society amongst Singapore-based businesses

FOMO Pay, a one-stop QR code payment solution provider works under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) as one of the members of the SGQR task force in transforming Singapore into a cashless society. SGQR, Singapore’s unified payment QR code has empowered many small and medium businesses to connect with the digital age and the rising group of tech-savvy consumers more efficiently. Click below to find out how SGQR enables a productive payment experience for consumers and merchants. As one of the largest digital payment aggregators and gateway in Singapore, FOMO Pay was nominated to be the founding member of […]
February 8, 2019

Explore exciting cashless future with SGQR

SGQR, Singapore unified payment QR code (SGQR) launch took place in September 2018 has seen quick adoption rate among businesses ever since launch.  FOMOPay, a one-stop QR code payment solution provider works closely with Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) for the SGQR initiative which replaces more than 19,000 versions of QR codes currently in the market. With the new SGQR label, businesses no longer need to deal with multiple QR code payment labels that could potentially cause confusion. At the same time, businesses can accommodate various types of mobile payment without going through different system interface, which allows more customers […]
January 23, 2019

Rather than playing ‘Spot The Sticker’, you only have to check for SGQR sticker at the counters

SGQR is an cashless initiative by MAS to drive Singapore mobile payments and transform Singapore into a cash-light society, by encouraging Singaporeans to reduce the use of cash. With 27 different payment schemes from various service providers under the SGQR label, consumers can enjoy multiple e-payment solutions through one payment gateway at lowered costs. FOMOPay, a one-stop QR code payment solution provider works cohesively with Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) for the SGQR initiative which replaces more than 19,000 versions of QR codes currently in the market. Businesses can do away with the clutter of having to put up multiple QR […]