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ClearXchange Rebrands as Zelle, Announces Plans for New App

ClearXchange Rebrands as Zelle, Announces Plans for New App

by October 24, 2016 at 4:31 pm 1 comment

Yesterday the payments network formerly known as clearXchange, a product offered by Early Warning, officially re-branded itself as Zelle. The announcement was made by Early Warning’s president and CEO Paul Finch as he strode onto the Money20/20 stage wearing a polo with the brand–Zelle–proudly embroidered in white. The Zelle network willRead More

ClearXchange Runs the Table by Signing Citigroup

ClearXchange Runs the Table by Signing Citigroup

by September 30, 2016 at 11:01 am 0 comments

ClearXchange has racked up an impressive series of wins in recent months, bringing several major banks live on its realtime payments network. But this week it may have scored its biggest win of all — signing longtime holdout Citigroup. ClearXchange’s client roster already includes the nation’s largest banks: JPMorgan Chase,Read More

Zelle Power: Thoughts Behind the EW Re-Branding

Zelle Power: Thoughts Behind the EW Re-Branding

by August 30, 2016 at 9:42 am 1 comment

I would imagine — having never actually done either — that naming a company is like naming a baby: you want a name that stays true to your goals and values, quickly evokes a positive response from others, and carries the internal potential to rule supreme over all of theRead More

MasterCard and Visa Join ClearXchange Realtime Payments Network

MasterCard and Visa Join ClearXchange Realtime Payments Network

by August 2, 2016 at 4:41 pm 7 comments

Realtime has gone prime time with the addition of Visa and MasterCard to the clearXchange payments network. Today, Early Warning, which owns clearXchange, expanded its realtime payments network by adding both the Mastercard Send and Visa Direct platforms, a move that will allow nearly every U.S. debit card holder to send andRead More

Chase to Launch Its Own P2P App

Chase to Launch Its Own P2P App

by July 15, 2016 at 11:21 am 1 comment

JPMorgan Chase & Co. building a peer-to-peer payment app featuring its QuickPay service, which is tied into the clearXchange network, CEO Jamie Dimon announced yesterday. Dimon did not say when the app would be launched, only that it “will be rolled out shortly.” Interestingly, Dimon seemed to indicate that JPM would make theRead More

Realtime Network Grows with Addition of Capital One

Realtime Network Grows with Addition of Capital One

by July 11, 2016 at 11:42 am 1 comment

Capital One will be the fifth bank to go live with realtime peer-to-peer payments on the clearXchange network, it was announced this morning. Capital One 360 customers can currently receive realtime payments from other banks in the network, which now includes Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, U.S. Bank, and, most recently,Read More

Amazon Alexa, Facebook Messenger on Wells Fargo’s Roadmap

Amazon Alexa, Facebook Messenger on Wells Fargo’s Roadmap

by July 7, 2016 at 11:35 am 3 comments

Wells Fargo & Co. is keeping busy on the digital payments front this summer. In late May, the bank announced it will launch a mobile wallet in the coming months. Last week, the bank joined the clearXchange realtime payments network, and will offer instant P2P payments starting August 1. Ahead of theRead More

Chase 3rd Bank to Launch Realtime ClearXChange Payments

Chase 3rd Bank to Launch Realtime ClearXChange Payments

by June 14, 2016 at 5:10 pm 3 comments

Three banks are now live with realtime peer-to-peer payments on the ClearXchange network: U.S. Bank, Bank of America, and as of yesterday, JPMorgan Chase. U.S. Bank and Bank of America joined the realtime network in March. P2P payments were realtime within Chase since 2012, but now they are realtime amongRead More

As quick as slapping a button.

As Transactions Speed Up, How Will Banks Fight Fraud?

by March 11, 2016 at 12:55 pm 1 comment

Bank of America and U.S. Bank are the latest banks to sign on to realtime payments, joining Early Warning’s clearXchange network earlier this week. As more banks sign on to the number one name in real-time transactions, the most irksome, time-sensitive financial emergencies may become a thing of the past.Read More

Apple’s P2P Service Could Be a Play to Win Banks Over to TouchID

Apple’s P2P Service Could Be a Play to Win Banks Over to TouchID

by November 13, 2015 at 11:57 am 1 comment

Apple is doubling down on payments, but it may actually be about authentication. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant is expected to launch a peer-to-peer money transfer service sometime in 2016, according to a report this week from the Wall Street Journal. Apple is no stranger to P2P — it filedRead More