Friday, September 30, 2022
Money20/20 will return to Las Vegas Oct. 23 to 26, 2022, with a lineup of keynotes designed to address fintech's biggest challenges. The show's organizers stated they expect more than 8,000 attendees to return to the Las Vegas Venetian to engage with "fintech's brightest minds" and focus on solving each other's challenges.
This week's featured contributor:
Founded on 03/03/03, Adam Atlas Attorneys at Law is a boutique fintech and crypto law firm dedicated to top-tier personal advice to clients.
Atlas Currency and Payments Law Updates
In his blog, Adam shares insights on up-to-the-minute developments and trends in payments such as what to be thankful for right now in crypto and payments, electronic payments and crypto amid COVID, understanding U.S. MSB risk, and more.Read More
By Patti Murphy
Bigsby Farm is a 10-acre cannabis farm in the foothills of southern Oregon. And like most cannabis businesses, Bigsby can't get a bank account, though not for lack of trying. At least four banks have shut down accounts opened by Bigsby and owner Amanda Metzler. One bank, Wells Fargo, even closed her personal credit card account in addition to a trust account she had set up for the business.
Company profile from GS220902
In 2007, Stephen Prince, owner of National Business Products, a supplier of print marketing materials to businesses across the United States, formed a new entity, Sterling Card Solutions, which is now branded Card Market. Increasing demand for gift card programs among POS and payment processing partners led Prince to discontinue third-party gift card printing and develop an in-house facility. Card Market's Nolensville, Tenn., headquarters includes a 27,000 square foot, 100 percent geothermal heated and cooled building to house its card printing operation.
Caleb Avery, Founder & CEO of Tilled, is passionate about software-led payments. That passion shines through in this week’s featured interview, where he discusses Tilled’s just-announced partnership with Aevi, and how it creates a true omnichannel approach to Tilled’s PayFac-as-a-Service solution. James follows with his response to a question from the field on branding, and Patti reports on the blowback over plans for an MCC code for gun shops.