How do Google Pay and other e-wallets work? 

In which magical ways Google Pay and other eWallets work, especially in the back end.   In the mobile app development industry, the back-end is always complicated. But when it comes to the back-end of the FinTech app or e-wallet app, it becomes more complicated than solving a Rubik’s Cube while skydiving!   Millions of people like you use the e-wallet like Google Pay to pay for any good by (not even) touching their mobile phones to the Point of Sale System of the merchant. Every time, they find it…

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Stanford Team Designs Findora Platform to Decentralize the Financial System

Findora ensures data privacy, regulatory compliance, and full scalability   Menlo Park, California – A team of entrepreneurs and academics has unveiled the development of Findora, a cryptographically transparent public blockchain for building financial applications.   Findora’s leadership team is comprised of experienced entrepreneurs and Stanford academics, including Charles Lu, Ben Fisch, Benedikt Bünz, and John Powers. Fisch and Bünz are each known for several inventions in the blockchain sphere, including Bulletproofs, verifiable delay functions, and Filecoin’s proof-of-storage. Powers is the former CEO of Stanford’s USD $25 billion fund.   …

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Edge Integrates Applications for New Methods to Purchase Cryptocurrencies

Crypto wallet partners with MoonPay and LibertyX for increased accessibility    San Diego, CA –  Edge, the non-custodial exchange and wallet platform, has announced the integration of two new plugins that allow users to seamlessly exchange fiat for cryptocurrency. MoonPay allows users in the EU to purchase cryptocurrencies with their credit cards or Apple Pay, while LibertyX operates the largest network of local stores in the US for physical purchase of bitcoin.   Paul Puey CEO and Founder of Edge said: Edge is focused on enhancing user experience and ultimately…

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Smoothing e-payment hurdles key to realising a cashless society

Singapore is moving a positive step towards a smart nation and enabling Singaporeans to become digital citizens but a key question remains – what will really spark the rapid adoption of digital payments? Under Singapore’s Smart Nation plans, a key national strategic project is the advocacy of e-payments in the ambition towards a cashless society, marked by simple, quick and safe digital payments between individuals and organisations.     Singapore still lags behind other cities in e-payments, with six in 10 transactions in Singapore involving cash and cheques. The fragmented…

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