Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Alipay powers blockchain remittances for Pakistani bank

Pakistan's Telenor Microfinance Bank has introduced a cross-border remittance service powered by blockchain technology from China's Ant Financial. Read more: www.finextra.com

TransferGo looks to raise up to €11.5m in crowdfunding

International remittance platform TransferGo is looking to raise up to €11.5m in its crowdfunding campaign. Read more: fintech.global

TransferGo announces international money transfer service

Global remittance company TransferGo has launched a free international money transfer service. Read more: www.thepaypers.com

WorldRemit links up to WhatsApp for its remittance service

Leading digital money transfer company WorldRemit has added WhatsApp notifications to its service Read more: www.finextra.com

Deluxe Financial Services acquires First Data in $93m deal

Deluxe Financial Services has acquired the remittance processing company First Data in a deal worth $93m. Read more: fintech.global

CurrencyFair acquires Convoy Payments, as part of its move to the...

Cross-border remittance service CurrencyFair has acquired Hong Kong payments company Convoy Payments. Read more: fintech.global

TransferGo adds cryptocurrencies to remittance app

TransferGo today became the first remittance company in the world to offer a cryptocurrency trading facility. Read more: www.finextra.com

How blockchain could change the global remittance industry

Blockchain technology is replacing the current centralised business model of the financial services industry. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

WhatsApp to launch ‘full feature’ money transfer service in India

Messaging service WhatsApp will open a money transfer service in India, after testing it with a million users, the National Payments Corp of India said last, Read more: bankinnovation.net

Money transfer companies going the venture capital way

Data released by the Pew Research Centre shows that migrants the world over sent around US $574 billion to their home countries in 2016. Read more: www.finsmes.com