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Starting today, we leave our brand name behind and become Corefy, with a neat new website full of interactivity. We’re thrilled to flaunt our updated brand identity. Though we remain the same entity with the same platform and team behind it, today’s aesthetic change reflects our evolution and is built upon months of hard work. Continue reading to find out about the reasons behind this change, what Corefy means and what this rebranding entails.

Why rebranding?

As Winston Churchill once said,

One of the worst excuses to have for not safeguarding your business from payment outages is an “it won’t happen to me” mindset. Such an attitude is a pardonable misconception for a small business. The resources they have are often very limited, and the transaction flow is easily manageable thanks to its moderate scale. Still, we believe that even for such businesses payment downtimes should be an issue providing food for thought and meriting consideration. Large enterprises also often tend to have an “it won’t happen to me” mindset. …

Businesses of various shapes and sizes utilise different practices to manage cash and keep all their financial operations running smoothly. One of the essential steps of financial management is the procedure of synchronisation of inner transactions data with vendors’ statements and is called reconciliations. What are the key points of reconciliations and why is this procedure so important? We’ve envisaged the answers below.

What are reconciliations?

To put it in a nutshell, it is the process of matching several data sets. It’s all about finding balance — like in a Zen-practice. …

Gambling payment processing remains the subject of controversy for many reasons. Gaming startups struggle to enter the industry due to the lack of transaction history and credit. Big online gambling businesses usually imply huge volumes of turnover and the vast majority of companies are established offshore. So, the major issue, for sure, is that many card processing providers perceive gambling as an industry of high risk.

Despite these facts, the industry is actively functioning and developing. Gone are the days when the only way to tame the gaming craving was to go out to a casino. More and more gambling…

The financial services industry is having a good run now, though it is undergoing some significant transformations. The new digital, telecommunication, biometric, and other technologies are now rebuilding the industry, actively superseding incumbents and traditional business models. The new solutions allow businesses to change the structure of consumption, reduce the costs (processing of client databases, loyalty programs, etc.), and increase the total efficiency and quality of business processes. As a result, fintech is gradually turning into an independent intensively developing sector of the modern economy.

The growth of fintech began in 2008 when the global financial crisis forced financial companies…

3DS is a security protocol for online payments aimed at reducing fraud. The abbreviation stands for 3-domain secure, meaning it involves three parties: the acquiring bank, the issuing bank, and the payment infrastructure. It was implemented back in 2001 when the only way to shop online was by using a computer.

Technologies have changed a lot since then, giving space for e-commerce growth, digitalisation, development of new payment methods, and thus new regulations. The fraudsters have also become much more inventive. Altogether, it created a need for a new, more advanced and relevant security standard.

3DS2 was created in 2015…

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