Move is meant to draw more merchants.
West Virginia United in Charleston to adopt startups P2P solution.
Des Moines-based payments innovator also eyeing extending business beyond Iowa.
Members’ preference for on-demand information doesn’t have to mean the end of personal relationships.
Mobile and P2P payments specialist is now offering “Proxi,” a smartphone app that will allow users to exchange money with other people and merchants in their proximity.
A new white paper from The Members Group suggests mobile banking is enabling credit union members to take over the notion of customer service.
Des Moines startup says more on the way, and not just in Iowa.
There’s a frightening reality facing today’s credit unions – they may no longer be integral to the movement of money.
The $95 million Premier Credit Union in Des Moines, Iowa, is the first customer to commit to using the new person-to-person payments platform from hometown startup Dwolla.
Des Moines, Iowa startup Dwolla has signed the first credit union commitment for its new person-to-person payments platform.