Browsing the "Remittances" Tag

Euronet Subsidiary Ria Turns to Ripple Tech Seeking Faster Money Transfers

| Yogita Khatri

Ria Money Transfer, one of the world's biggest remittance firms, has joined Ripple's blockchain-based payments network.

Japanese Bank Abandons Work With SBI Ripple’s ‘Money Tap’ App

| Yogita Khatri

Resona, one of three Japanese banks working with SBI Holdings and Ripple on their blockchain app Money Tap, is pulling out of the project.

Western Union Integrates With Crypto Wallet to Expand Philippines Remittances

| Daniel Palmer

The money transfer giant has teamed up with blockchain startup Coins.ph to enable residents of the Philippines to directly receive cash remittances.

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Ripple, Barclays Accelerator Back $1.7 Million Round for Remittance Firm

| Yogita Khatri

Barclays' accelerator program, Ripple and others have backed a $1.7 million round for a new remittance startup that will use XRP.

Two Remittance Firms Go Live With Ripple-Based Payments to Thailand

| Yogita Khatri

Remittance firms UAE Exchange and Unimoni now offer blockchain-based payments to Thailand using RippleNet.

Saudi Arabia, UAE Aim to Cut Payments Costs With Common Digital Currency

| Yogita Khatri

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are hoping a shared digital currency can cut remittance costs between the two countries.

Pakistani Bank Teams With Alipay for Blockchain Remittances

| Yogita Khatri

Pakistan-based Telenor Microfinance Bank has launched a remittances service using blockchain tech from Alipay.

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Where the Future of Crypto Payments Is Being Built

| Leah Callon-Butler

The Philippines may not be the crypto capital of the world – but it may be where infrastructure building runs the deepest.

National Bank of Kuwait Taps Ripple for New Remittance Service

| Yogita Khatri

National Bank of Kuwait has joined Ripple’s blockchain-based payments network seeking faster cross-border money transfers.

Facebook to Develop its Own Stablecoin for Remittances: Report

| Yogita Khatri

Social media giant Facebook is reportedly working to launch its own stablecoin for money transfers through its popular messaging app WhatsApp.