Yellow

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This is Yellow :) A micromobility and payment platform that comes to change the way people lives in their cities. First of all, we shorten distances. With bike and e-scooter sharing models, we offer cheaper, faster and smarter alternatives to urban paths. That’s for everyone. And with Yellow Pay, our own payment platform, the urban day by day consume become more simple and democratic. That’s how Yellow is transforming cities around the world: in an easy, fun and colorful way. Join us in our Yellow way.

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