Fintechs Canada is excited to welcome Chimoney to the association. Chimoney’s products allow users to send and receive flexible rewards using a safe and secure platform and leveraging the efficiencies provided by APIs.
“As the implementation of payments modernization and open banking progress, the use of APIs will unlock even more potential for financial services in Canada,” said Alex Vronces, Executive Director of Finitechs Canada. “We look forward to collaborating with Chimoney and the creativity they bring to this space.”
Fintechs Canada continues to grow on its mission to promote responsible innovation, knocking down barriers to entry and managing emerging risks. The association is working with the federal government to deliver its platform commitments on payments modernization, open banking, and the digitalization of money.
“We started Chimoney to enable anyone anywhere to accept, spend and transfer value. With Chimoney’s payments infrastructure, we’re connecting different payments rails and ledgers and unlocking utility for protocols, organizations and individuals globally,” said Uchi Uchibeke, CEO of Chimoney. “As we join Fintechs Canada, we’re looking forward to continuing to collaborate with other fintech platforms to enhance connected, inclusive economies where no person, location, protocol or rail is left behind.”
Chimoney is building ambitious APIs and infrastructure to enable the movement of value globally between different asset types and ledgers. We help ambitious businesses and developers to unleash the utility of their amazing projects. With Chimoney’s One API, Multiple Services, we take the payment chain and financial activities to new heights by leveraging a unique experience while meeting with endless possibilities.
About Fintechs Canada
Established in May 2019 as a not-for-profit member association and recently renamed to Fintechs Canada, the association serves as the collective voice for fintechs in Canada. Our membership includes market-leading Canadian fintechs, fintech-friendly financial institutions, the technology companies powering Canada’s credit union sector, and global fintech companies, among others.