Prospect of Real-Time Payments for the U.S. Changes in Real Time
- Date:November 02, 2015
- Sarah Grotta
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The path the U.S. only recently began plotting to a national real-time payments platform has suddenly diverged.
On the same day in late October, two partnerships were announced that turn on its ear the Federal Reserve’s current planning initiative for the future of real-time payments in the United States.
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