Allied Wallet China, an Asia-based division of Allied Wallet providing online payment processing, and Founder Andy Khawaja plan to implement blockchain technology in their payment processing solutions to provide safer, streamlined, lower cost payment processing.
Blockchain technology is growing increasingly promising for the payment processing industry, and Allied Wallet China is at the forefront of this new shift in the way people will transact.
Blockchain payments can be made virtually in real-time, and payments can be issued in seconds rather than days. This is especially helpful in cross-border payments which can take several days. The technology not only allows companies to become more agile and responsive, but lowers the cost with less transfer fees and typical costs of trade associated with payment processing.
Allied Wallet China is implementing this innovative blockchain technology to improve payment processing solutions, making payments quicker with less fees. A major capability of blockchain is its ability to use “smart contracts.” Smart contracts are self-executing programs that can automatically execute payments or other actions when specific conditions are met. This is especially helpful in e-commerce. Processes can be sped up when payments are automatically issued when it is verified that a customer received their products/services.
“This is the future of payments. It will allow us to provide even better payment processing solutions for business owners and consumers. Even IBM is working on a blockchain system; they say it will reduce one of their processes from 44 days to 10. This is innovation and we want to continue to lead our industry,” said Founder Andy Khawaja.
“We’re excited to implement blockchain technology into our products and provide even safer, quicker, cost-efficient payment solutions,” Andy Khawaja added.
All industries must evolve and blockchain technology certainly will change the way we transact, lowering the costs for business owners and eventually consumers. Allied Wallet China proudly announced that they will be implementing this lower cost, secure technology within their services in summer of 2020.