Payment Industry Research

Crypto payments news, reports and analysis

Growing numbers of companies are beginning to launch partnerships or services focused on using crypto for payments – including in cross-border payments.
Embedded payments are becoming increasingly prevalent on social media and messaging apps. Here's some of key announcements in recent months.
How many of the leading payment processors and card networks are introducing support for payments in cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly entering the B2B payments space – but how far could the development go?
Once the darling of the industry, Ripple is now being distanced by key players following a suit filed by the SEC.
Off the back of Calibra rebranding as Novi, we look at the latest developments of blockchain in cross-border payments.
Ripple's valuation grows to $10bn after a $200m mega-raise, AlphaFX revenue grows for the fifth consecutive year in 2019 and Travelex is ransomed.
Facebook announced Libra its crypto-currency blockchain project, squarely targeting the underbanked and remittances as its first use cases.
JP Morgan goes all in on blockchain. What impact will it have on cross border payments, currencies, Ripple and Swift
Since Bitcoin's introduction to the market in 2009, the debate as to how blockchain, distributed ledger technology (DLT) and cryptocurrency ("blockchain") can change the payments world has been raging on.
I've recently attended Money20/20 Europe in Amsterdam, uncovering the latest innovations in international payments and discussing the state of the industry. Cross-border payments remains one of the most complex parts of the industry.
New International payments opportunities for SMEs SMBs corporates are harder than ever to find. We'll help you find them.
On what differentiates Monese from other fintech companies and traditional banks. Pricing, product and bank accounts for expats.
Abra moves all in on Bitcoin
November 2nd, 2017
Daniel Webber, FXCintel's CEO, catches up with Bill Barhydt, CEO and Founder of Abra.
Insights and report from the Money 20/20 payments conference in Las Vegas. Our takeaways from the event as some insights on cross-border payments, bitcoin and more.
While Transferwise and Circle have already embraced and then distanced themselves from bitcoin, payment processors such as Square and Stripe have helped enable wider consumer adoption.
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