ShareCash is one of the new social platforms being rolled out to help the UK economy.

The startup, which launched in April, is being rolled-out to more than 10 million people, with a target of 250 million people.

The new app is aimed at people with limited cash, who need to transfer money from one payment provider to another.

It aims to provide financial advisers and accountants with a platform to assist them with all their banking needs, and the platform is being built around its blockchain technology.

“This is the perfect platform for people who have been stuck in the traditional system of paying bills, overdrafts, and other payments,” ShareCash co-founder Simon Cairns said.

“As we roll out ShareCash, we want to help them move beyond traditional payment systems to a more innovative platform that gives them an edge.”

A payment provider, in this case Square, has been using a payment platform for years.

ShareCash aims to be a peer-to-peer payment platform, and it will work with the same payment provider for all transactions.

In addition, the platform will work in tandem with the existing payment providers.

“Square will work alongside the existing financial institutions to enable the new payment platforms to work with each other to offer customers the same service, but with a new way to do it,” Sharecash said.

The company said it was aiming to launch its platform in 2019, with more than 100 million users by the end of 2021.

The payments platform will allow users to make payments using a number of payment options, such as PayPal, Stripe, MasterCard and Visa.

In this image taken from the Snapchat app, a customer is shown tapping on a QR code to make a payment to the app. 

It can also be used with other payment methods such as Apple Pay and Google Wallet.

The app is expected to offer financial advisors and accountancy firms a platform for helping people make payments.

Sharecash co-founders Simon Cairs, left, and Luke Woodruff pose for a photo during a press conference in London, Britain, April 15, 2021.

Reuters/Ben BirchallA spokesperson for the Prime Minister said the Government was looking at the platform as a potential solution to the banking crisis, and would take feedback on the platform’s features, which will be rolled out over the next 12 months.

The Government’s plans are aimed at helping to increase financial stability, boost business and innovation and improve consumer access to financial services.

“We are committed to working with the wider financial services sector to provide our customers with an easy and secure way to make and receive payments and will be taking a close look at the impact that the platform has had,” the spokesperson said.

Share Cash is expected “to become the first of many financial services providers to support this new payment system”, according to the spokesperson.

It will not be able to offer any form of bank transfer or credit card services, and its developers are looking to help other companies to offer similar services.

It’s unclear how the company will pay for itself.

It is also unclear how many people will be able afford the new service. 

The UK has the highest number of people on low incomes, with many living in households earning below the poverty line.

Share cash will only allow people to make money through a mobile payment option, which is an option that is available to most users.

This will allow the company to target customers with low-income backgrounds, but it is unclear how it will be paid for.