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What You Need to Know about Pa.’s Money Transmitter License Changes

The introduction of new bond requirements for money transmitters in Pennsylvania is in line with an overall trend across states to enforce stricter conditions on money transmitter license holders and applicants. See what the licensing requirements mean for your business.


The Convergence of Prepaid and Fintech Means More Innovation to Come

After his first few months at the helm of the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association, Brian Tate talks about prepaid’s role alongside fintech in the next generation of payments innovation.


FIDO Alliance Addresses PSD2 Screen-Scraping Debate 

Despite calls from fintechs to permit screen scraping under PSD2, the FIDO Alliance sees some serious flaws with that approach, including security and privacy issues.


Factors in the Long Wait for EMV and Contactless in the U.S.

As some celebrate 10 years of contactless payments, Bastian Knoppers discusses why cards (not mobile wallets) are still king outside the U.S. and what it will take for the U.S. to catch up to the rest of the world on tap-and-go payments.


Fintech Trends: the Expected, Unexpected and What’s Next at FinovateFall

Get a sneak peek at what trends will shape the discussion at FinovateFall, including a few things you might not expect.


Play in Our Sandbox: Why Galileo Processing Opened Its APIs to All

Summer’s almost over, but there’s still time to play in the sand. Our decision to open our sandbox for all developers, not just clients, is a vital move in supporting creativity and innovation in payments. And, it’s speeding time to market.


Keys to Selecting Development Partners for Your Payments Project

It’s hard to imagine a fintech or payments company that today doesn’t have at least one key business initiative hinging on some kind of software development. Before you sign on the dotted line with a developer, here’s what you need to consider.


Simplify Back-to-School Season with E-Payments

Prepaid cards and alias-based payments that rely on email or mobile phone numbers can offer students and colleges and universities significant benefits over traditional check disbursement of financial aid.


3 Ways to Drive User Experience Success and Value

Designing the user experience consumers expect in digital banking is less about seeing what sticks and more about seeing what stands up to real-world human examination and use.


Is Your Wallet Ready for 2020?

It’s safe to say mobile is just getting started as a payments form factor, but don’t chuck your plastic cards just yet. Personalization, including QR codes, can boost usage and help you stay top of wallet.