A digital fiat currency and government-issued mobile money platform could transform the Sub-Saharan African economy, according to nanopay CEO Laurence Cooke, who recently visited East Africa to explore opportunities in the region and has returned with some key insights.
In this episode we will be talking with Laurence Cooke the CEO of nanopay to get his thoughts on the following topics: Why are APIs important for open banking and what are some current use cases How APIs will impact financial partnerships What are the challenges organizations will face as opening backing spread internationally How […]
The irony of cryptocurrency is that, the more mainstream it gets, the less it’s able to do what it was designed to do — that is, transfer monetary value between parties. That, said nanopay CEO Laurence Cooke, is why it will never have a future in payments.
As new payment methods look to modernize the industry, nanopay has built a real-time payment (RTP) platform to transform the way people transact on a global scale. Learn more in this Payments Journal Executive Spotlight series.
There’s no denying that cryptocurrencies have changed the conversation in payments and banking, for better or for worse. If you ask nanopay CEO Laurence Cooke, it’s decidedly for the worse. Read here
For cross-border service providers, the challenge is not just getting the infrastructure up and running, but also getting payers and payees on board to adopt their technology. Read here