This is obviously a subject the author cares passionately about, because the article uses a lot of exclamation marks. But this tidbit struck me as hilariously out of touch: > Let's imagine your bank let you sign in to 3rd party services in a similar manner. How many people would click through on "Let ACME corp act on your behalf on your Citibank Account". I think most people would be super scared of permissions... - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
Essentially, I am trying to find out what the process would be for getting a partnership to generate unlimited virtual cards for users on a platform that would link their bank accounts via https://plaid.com/. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Plaid is a transaction network that connects over 11,000 banks and the accounts at those banks through a highly functional and easy to use API. Stripe's core business is also a transaction network, but one that connects all major credit cards through again a highly functional and easy to use API. Both Stripe and Plaid connect millions of merchants and consumers through online and mobile transactions on their APIs.... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Imagine being able to invest in the high flying fintech company Plaid at a $1B valuation (currently at $15B+). This is the type of opportunity we're presented with in ANKR, but 10X larger due to the international scale that defi allows. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Plaid is probably the most comprehensive for US institutions. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
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