Coins.ph is a leading mobile blockchain-enabled platform that empowers anyone, including those without bank accounts, to easily access financial services directly from their phone. Using Coins, customers have access to a mobile wallet and services such as remittances, air-time, bill payments, and online shopping. 

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyGO-JEK
HQPasig, PH
Founded2014
Websitecoins.ph
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Coins.ph was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Pasig, PH

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Coins.ph Financials and Metrics

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In total, Coins.ph had raised $10 m. Coins.ph is a subsidiary of GO-JEK

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Coins.ph News and Updates

Ripple Affiliate Coins.ph Joins New Remittance Network Reaching Unbanked Filipinos

The blockchain firm is part of an 11,000 strong network of cash-out counters launched by UnionBank of the Philippines.

Western Union integrates with blockchain wallet from Coins.ph

Coins.ph, one of the Philippines' leading e-wallet providers, and The Western Union Company (NYSE: W...

Coins.ph Blogs

Understanding Health Insurance in the Philippines

Getting sick is costly. While Philhealth helps lift some of the financial burdens of medical bills, it doesn’t always cover all of the expenses. Related: How Much Do I Pay if I Get COVID-19 in the Philippines? This is where health insurance comes in. If you’re looking into health insurance in the Ph…

Budgeting 101: How to Save in your 20s

If there’s one thing we all learned in 2020, it’s that having money saved for a rainy day is important. You never know when an emergency, or in this case a global crisis, may happen. Related: How to Manage Finances During a Pandemic If you’re about to start saving in your 20s, congratulations! The e…

Holiday Schedule: Araw ng mga Bayani (August 31)

Cash In  Add funds to your Coins.ph Wallet to send money, buy load, pay bills, and more. We encourage you to choose online bank transfer via InstaPay. Online Bank Transfer Availability Real-time via InstaPay Available Same day via PESONet Not Available Over-the-counter banking Availability BPI via D…

What is Microinsurance: Guide to Microinsurance in the Philippines

In May last year, the Department of Finance Undersecretary Gil Beltran told reporters that his agency is working towards getting microinsurance coverage for 50 million Filipinos by 2020. While microinsurance has been available for years, some people who can benefit from it haven’t yet simply because…

Budgeting 101: Money Tips in the New Normal

One of the biggest impacts of the pandemic on individuals is personal finances. The importance of money management has become more and more apparent. Related: How to Manage Finances During a Pandemic To help you in the process of getting your finances to healthier levels, here are 7 of our best tips…

Cignal TV Postpaid Plans

Leaving our homes for entertainment isn’t the safest or easiest option today. That’s why more people are upgrading their at-home entertainment systems and subscriptions. Related: 5 Ways to Save on Your Cable Bill If you’re looking for a new cable plan, Cignal TV postpaid offers HD channels, Dolby Su…
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Coins.ph Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Coins.ph founded?

    Coins.ph was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does Coins.ph have?

    Coins.ph has 481 employees.

  • Who are Coins.ph competitors?

    Competitors of Coins.ph include Square, Varo Money and Airbanq.

  • Where are Coins.ph offices?

    Coins.ph has an office in Pasig.

  • How many offices does Coins.ph have?

    Coins.ph has 1 office.