Earlier this month, we migrated from offset pagination to cursor-based pagination for our API. In this journal, we walk through the basics of these methods of pagination and why we’re making this switch.
As more companies are embedding payments into their products, payment flows are changing. More than traditional accounts payable and receivable, or first-party payments, there are now third-party payments, where businesses move money on behalf of customers. This post looks at these two payment flows and why they matter.
As fintech continues to create value through expanded access to financial services, banks have the opportunity to partner to provide better product support and customer experiences.
To prevent a double-spend situation, your ledger needs to be able to record transactions that are conditional on the state of an account balance or account. The Ledgers API now supports account balance locking to make it even easier to handle concurrency in your ledger.
On Thursday, along with Rutter, we hosted a discussion to learn about alternatives financing. Here are three key learnings from our panel.