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  2. STAR (interbank network) - Wikipedia

    STAR is an American interbank network. It is the largest interbank network in United States, with 2 million ATMs, 134 million cardholders and over 5,700 participating financial institutions. The STAR Network began in 1984 and was acquired by First Data Corporation in 2003. The network is owned and operated by STAR Networks, a subsidiary company ...

  3. Star (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    STAR (interbank network), the largest American interbank network; Star Bonifacio Echeverria, a defunct Spanish firearms manufacturer; Star Entertainment Group, an Australian gambling and entertainment company The Star, Sydney, a casino; The Star Gold Coast, a casino and hotel; STAR Lager, a Nigerian beer brand

  4. Plus (interbank network) - Wikipedia

    Plus is widely used as a local interbank network most common in the United States where networks such as STAR, NYCE and Pulse also compete. It is also used in Canada , though it is significantly smaller than Interac there, and in places such as India and Indonesia where there are many interbank networks.

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    Star Atlas DAO $0.37618091 +6.10%. SingularDTV $0.00040210 0.00%. Tether $1.00-0.05%. USD Coin ... helping the interbank network to be able to communicate across all blockchain environments.

  10. ATM card - Wikipedia

    An ATM card is a payment card or dedicated payment card issued by a financial institution (i.e. a bank) which enables a customer to access their financial accounts via its and others' automated teller machines (ATMs) and to make approved point of purchase retail transactions (i.e. gas stations, grocery, hardware, department stores, etc.) ATM cards are not credit cards or debit cards.

  11. Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority - Wikipedia

    The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) is a regulatory body under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Finance, Government of India and is tasked with regulating and licensing the insurance and re-insurance industries in India.