The Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) has recently announced its investment in a major money transfer platform, MoneyGram. This partnership signals Stellar’s new role as a minority
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A new service enabling users to seamlessly send and convert stablecoins into fiat will all be offered by MoneyGram with the help of the Stellar Development
MoneyGram has announced a 4% ownership stake in the US cryptocurrency cash exchange Coinme after completing a strategic minority investment.
Stellar Development Foundation, the non-profit payment system behind the Stellar cryptocurrency has something interesting up its sleeves. SDF is now considering the acquisition of the 81-year-old remittance
Money transfer services company, MoneyGram’s partnership with the blockchain firm, Ripple might be over, but its expansion plans across the cryptocurrency industry have not.
After the filing of the US SEC lawsuit in a Manhattan court on Wednesday alleging that Ripple raised $1.3 billion in unregistered securities offerings since 2013, the firm is now fighting for its life as some small crypto exchanges are removing Ripple coin XRP from their platforms.
MoneyGram, a cross-border payment platform and a prominent RippleNet partners, has received takeover offer from financial giant Western Union.
Ripple [XRP] MoneyGram Processes 10% of Its Transactions Between Mexico and US Via Ripple’s Payment solution ODL
According to a publication by Ripple insights on November 8, MoneyGram chairman and CEO Alex Holmes, at Ripple’s Swell 2019 conference in Singapore, said that MoneyGram
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