At the CoinGeek Zurich conference, a panel consisting of industry leaders in the payments sector share how their companies are using BSV to modernize operations, reach new users, reduce costs and incentivize their customers.
GCash, which serves over 40% of the population, believes that in order to cement its position as a disruptor, it needs to integrate one of today’s rising technologies—digital currency.
Leaders from JPMorgan, Mastercard, FIS Global, and Tassat recently shared their thoughts on using blockchain and digital currencies for payments.
In its latest statement, the Fed Reserve has confirmed that it’s publishing a discussion paper in the summer exploring the implications of the CBDC on the payments landscape.
In its latest announcement, the Central Bank of Iran revealed a new regulatory framework that allows forex companies and banks to pay for such import as electronics and raw materials.
The commercial launch of PPaaS is scheduled for the second half of 2021, supporting the Group’s Terminals, Solutions & Services division’s transformation towards being an ecosystem enabler and trusted technology partner in the new world of cloud-based payments acceptance.
The controllable anonymity will protect the central bank digital currency against criminal use and ensure the bank can track all payments the users make, according to a central bank official.
As local outlets report, China is accelerating its rollout as it readies the digital currency for use during the Winter Olympics in Beijing in 2022.
Mastercard announced that they will directly support select digital currencies in their network–BSV should meet their listing criteria.
Now that Anypay has been integrated into the Acadia POS system, merchants can seamlessly accept digital currency the same way they accept debit and credit cards.
According to its IPO prospectus filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Airbnb is exploring several applications of blockchain technology.