Australia, Technology, Digital Currency, Currency Conversion, FinTech

We already love mobile banking, so how can it get better?

Australians love to moan about banks, but it turns out we're actually fairly content with the current approach to mobile banking. The chart below shows the percentage of customers who are either very satisfied or fairly satisfied with mobile banking apps for the 10 biggest banks, according to Roy Morgan.

While people may like their banking apps, there are several areas where banks are sorely lacking. One of them specifically is competitive, transparent and trackable foreign exchange transfers.

However, thanks to FlashFX, a brand new global payments specialist, based in Sydney Australia, consumers and businesses now have a viable alternative.

FlashFX is a cutting edge fintech startup, engineered from the ground up to deliver intelligent foreign exchange transfer services.

Front and center is an exceptional user experience, without any "hidden fees".

They provide fast, secure and very competitive foreign exchange transfer services in complete contrast to the existing opaque, siloed and inefficient banking networks.

Built on a common global infrastructure and bringing new efficiencies to financial remittances by enabling near real-time settlements, the technology tightly integrates payments messaging with funds settlements, allowing for unprecedented visibility and transparency.

Using the innovative Ripple technology platform and XRP, Ripple's digital currency, FlashFX delivers extraordinary control to users.

With FlashFX you send funds like an email, track transfers like a package, and you are never surprised by hidden charges. There are none.

If you want to make a positive difference, skip the banks and take back control. Choose FlashFX for your foreign exchange transfers.

Learn more about FlashFX and sign-up to benefit from their cutting-edge technology, great rates, transparency and control.

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About Tim Strube

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At the White House FinTech Summit in June 2016, Cabinet Secretaries and senior officials from across the Administration engaged with stakeholders about the potential for fintech to further myriad policy goals, including small