Post Tagged with: "international payments"

Paymentwall ‘Postpones Indefinitely’ Its Iran Payments Effort

Paymentwall ‘Postpones Indefinitely’ Its Iran Payments Effort

by January 13, 2017 at 11:10 am 1 comment

Last April, Bank Innovation reported that Paymentwall, a San Francisco-based payments company, had enabled payments to one of the world’s most closed markets, Iran. This news came shortly after the announcement of the deal between the United States, European Union and Iran for Iran’s pledge to cease work on itsRead More

New Startup Passport Aims to Take the Pain out of International Money Transfers

New Startup Passport Aims to Take the Pain out of International Money Transfers

by February 27, 2013 at 10:31 am 2 comments

Sending money across international borders can be subject to huge fees and delays. A new company called Passport hopes to ease that pain by eliminating the fees and completing the transactions in real time. It expects to be up and running in the US within the next few weeks. Passport isRead More

Inside PayPal’s Play for Banks’ Customers

Inside PayPal’s Play for Banks’ Customers

by December 20, 2012 at 9:53 am 1 comment

Leverage is the ultimate arbiter in a negotiation, the determinant of what can and cannot be done, who should and should not be compensated, and by how much. It is also, however, much like beauty: all in the eyes of the beholder. One party’s sense of leverage is another’s senseRead More