APIs for moving money anywhere around the world
Our global, multi-currency account infrastructure allows you to execute and expand your offering. Using Currencycloud you can quickly access virtual named accounts for your customers, with the ability to collect, convert, pay and manage multiple currencies simultaneously, wherever you are in the world. Our regulation across the US, UK & EU provides you with the trust and assurance you need to transact globally, whether you are regulated, or need our support to ensure compliance.
Launched in 2012, we have processed more than $65bn to over 180 countries, working with banks and Fintechs across the world, including Starling Bank, Penta and Lunar. Based in London with additional offices in New York, Amsterdam and Cardiff, we work with partners including Visa, Dwolla, Mambu, and Carta to deliver simple, clear financial infrastructure solutions for our clients.
We are re-imagining the way money flows through the global digital economy so that it creates a better tomorrow for all.
To create the world’s most trusted payments platform that can be easily integrated into the next generation of business payment companies.
For our APIs to have positively touched and impacted the lives of millions and millions of people.
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