Sardine is an enterprise solution designed to detect and remove fraud threats from within an enterprises' consumer infrastructure. Sardine aids companies with their point-of-sale systems that serve bank payments, international remittance, virtual cards, and crypto, whereas companies can accept these types of payments with limited fraud risk. Sardine has integrated advanced methods of identity verification such as behavior biometrics and device behavior.
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Sardine is a private company and not publicly traded.
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