Uber has received a license from De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) for handling all electronic payments, taxi rides or his meal delivery service.
DNB reports this on its site. Uber had previously confirmed that request, reports the FD. Thanks to the permit, the taxi app no longer needs to rely on payment services such as Adyen.
Uber is adding more and more services, and is starting this month with Uber Freight. Uber Technologies, the company behind the popular app, is about to take over rival Careem Networks FZ.
In May 2017, the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice ruled that Uber is not an electronic mediation service, but should be counted among carriers.
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