Electronic signature firm DocuSign has been around since 2003. It allowed parties to contracts to sign from their computers, and later, from mobile devices. But users couldn’t pay at the time of signing — that required following up. Today DocuSign introduced payment at signing, as well as partnerships with Android Pay, AppleRead More
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A new series of videos highlights Visa’s eagerness to open its API platform to FIs and startups. Visa has been releasing videos for the API platform, known as Visa Developer, for several months, but the newest videos feature testimonials from institutions and startups. The platform, which launched in February, is designed to openRead More
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
Last month it was announced that Visa had made a deal with PayPal, which gave PayPal access to payments via Visa cards at the point of sale, and today it’s finally clear why MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga was confused about the supposed “exclusivity” of the deal—because there isn’t any (unless itRead More
It was announced today that Visa Europe Collab, part of Visa Inc, will be partnering with the world’s first publicly listed blockchain company, the BTL Group, in order to test out a proof of concept on running interbank settlements through blockchain. Backed by Visa, which has been exploring the potential applicationsRead More
Bill Gadja, Visa’s senior vice president of innovation and strategic partnerships, has confirmed that he will attend Bank Innovation Israel to speak about payments. Bank Innovation Israel is the leading fintech event in Startup Nation, as Israel is called.
American Express today dispelled market rumors that it would expand its OptBlue program. The program, launched in May 2014, allows merchants who charge less than $1 million a year through American Express, to use one of 18 merchant processors to secure a lower discount rate. Market participants tell Bank InnovationRead More
The two leading providers of realtime bank-based peer-to-peer payments solutions have joined forces. Last week, Fiserv, which operates the P2P solution Popmoney, and Early Wanring, the owner of clearXchange, announced a strategic alliance that connects thousands of banks and millions of bank customers in a realtime money transfer system. Together, FiservRead More
The ubiquity of realtime money transfers in the U.S. took a step forward with yesterday’s news that Visa Direct was partnering with such major players as PayPal, Fiserv, and Square. Fiserv became one of the many companies choosing to partner with Visa for faster and more secure payment services, it wasRead More
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