MoneyGram In The News

December 2, 2021
Stellar made a big splash in October when it announced a partnership with international payments firm MoneyGram, a major player in remittances, to send Circle’s USDC stablecoin for cross-border payments.
December 2, 2021
Digital payments firm MoneyGram collaborates with digital wallet urpay to allow for cross-border payments from Saudi Arabia, starting in early 2022. The partnership enables urpay to connect to the company's API-driven infrastructure and global network to provide users the ability to send money around the world.
December 2, 2021
MoneyGram International announced Thursday (Dec. 2) is working with the digital wallet provider urpay to power cross-border payments from Saudi Arabia. The partnership, expected to go live for customers early next year, lets urpay connect to Moneygram’s “API-driven infrastructure and global network to provide its millions of users the ability to send money around the world,” the company said in the news release.
December 1, 2021
From American Banker, I’m Polo Rocha, and this is Bankshot, a podcast about banks, finance and the world we live in. Here’s MoneyGram’s Chief Financial Officer, Larry Angelilli. “Outside the United States, banks are huge partners for us. I mean, we partner with banks all over the world. The United States has actually been sort of the exception, and I'm not really sure why.”
November 30, 2021
Even as cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed in price, there’s always been the question of what they can really be used for. One of the stronger use cases is remittances—the cross-border cash transfers that have long been dominated by the likes of Western Union Co. and MoneyGram International Inc. Intuitively, a technology that allows one person to send money to another without an intermediary could make remittances quicker and cheaper.
November 23, 2021
MoneyGram International, Inc., a market leader in cross-border P2P money transfer services, has been busy transitioning to the digital realm to stay relevant in the rapidly changing business environment. The company serves around 150 million customers globally, collaborating with leading brands.
November 21, 2021
Coinme launched operations in 2014 as one of the world’s first providers of bitcoin ATMs, but the company has now ditched its hardware in favor of two partnerships with Coinstar and MoneyGram. 
November 19, 2021
US-based money transfer company MoneyGram has expanded its mobile wallet in Asia through the integration with Bangladesh-based mobile financial service provider bKash. This is the latest integration as part of MoneyGram’s ongoing partnership with Thunes, a B2B company that powers payments for businesses.
November 18, 2021
Digital P2P payments provider MoneyGram International, Inc. has integrated with Bangladesh mobile financial service bKash to enable more than 55 million bKash users to receive funds in real-time from around the world, according to a Wednesday (Nov. 17) press release.  
November 18, 2021
The financial services and payments firm is based in Dallas. Workers say: “Everyone values my work and effort. Support comes from the top, not just from peers.”
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