We work only with the best players on the Cashless Payments market. We are therefore delighted that the idea of launching such a unique project that might effectively reduce the shadow economy and raise the awareness of cashless payments in Slovakia has attracted the attention of so many companies that have been a long term partners in expanding the cashless payment solutions. We are also very proud that the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office for Investments and Informatization of the Slovak Republic has supported this project.


MasterCard Europe in Slovakia is a representative of MasterCard Europe SA, European division of MasterCard International. MasterCard manages a complex portfolio of very well-known and widely accepted payment cards MasterCard, MasterCard Electronic and Maestro. MasterCard offers services to consumers, financial institutions, merchants, and businesses globally, with the world’s fastest payment processing network in traditional stores and also in the virtual sphere.


Visa Inc. is a multinational financial services corporation connecting customers, businesses, financial institutions and governments in more than 200 countries around the world. It provides fast and safe electronic payments. It also operates one of the world’s largest electronic payments networks – VisaNet – that is capable of processing more than 65 000 transactions per second and it is dedicated to provide the best buyer and fraud protection for its customers.

Ministry of finance of The Slovak Republic

The Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic is a central body of state administration responsible for the areas of finance, taxes and fees, customs, financial control, internal audit and government audit. One of the main visions of the ministry of finance is to prevent the growth of the shadow economy which is also possible by expanding cashless transactions.

Samsung Electronic

Samsung Electronics is one of the world’s largest producers of electronic devices. It is also a leader in internet devices development and it is building an open platform called SmartThings for smart homes and variety of other applications. In 2015 Samsung launched a mobile payment and digital wallet service in South Korea and USA that lets users make payments using phones and other devices. Later Samsung Pay also spread into Europe and Slovakia.

The event is held under the auspices of Deputy Prime Minister’s Office for Investments and Informatization of the Slovak Republic


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