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Zelle Creators Look to Create Digital Wallet as Payments and Cash Become More Digital: Report

In a move that should come as no surprise – except for the delay in moving forward on the strategy – the big banks that helped to found Zelle are creating their own digital wall, according to a report. The seven banks, including Citi, Bank… Read More

Sean Loosli from Zelle Shares Strategy to Bring Smaller Financial Institutions onto the Zelle Network

In the past five years, consumers and businesses, small and large, have sent more than five billion Zelle payments, “totaling nearly $1.5 trillion,” according to Early Warning Services, LLC, the network operator of Zelle. Zelle users have “leveraged the convenience and security of Zelle to… Read More

Zelle Reaches 5-Yr Milestone with Over 5B Digital Transactions

In the past five years, consumers and businesses, small and large, have sent more than five billion Zelle payments, “totaling nearly $1.5 trillion,” according to Early Warning Services, LLC, the network operator of Zelle. Zelle users have “leveraged the convenience and security of Zelle to gift… Read More

1,000 Banks, Credit Unions Now Live with Zelle via Fiserv

Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank recently became the 1,000th financial institution to offer Zelle® via Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions. Zelle® allows consumers “to send and receive money directly from one U.S. bank account to another,… Read More

Community Banks: Payments Service Chuck Looks to Emulate Zelle, Alloy Labs Aims to Provide More Digital Banking Services Going Forward

Zelle is a peer-to-peer payments service that is now utilized by over 1000 banking apps across the US. As services like Venmo gained in popularity, traditional banks were compelled to compete and Zelle has emerged as a viable alternative for real-time transfers. Originally founded by… Read More

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