(Reuters) – Digital Virgo said Thursday it will list in the United States in a blank check deal that values the French mobile payments platform at $513 million, including debt.
The Lyon-based company is present in more than 40 countries and offers more than 2 billion users a single platform to pay for sports, entertainment and games as part of their phone bills.
Digital Virgo is one of the few companies that chose to list in the US during a period of significant market turmoil.
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