A new form of Boleto (a Brazilian cash based online payment method) has come to the BoaCompra platform. For payments made on the same business day, it reduces wait times for both consumer and merchant considerably. But how does it work, and what effect will it have on the checkout process?
This blog will be diving into the details of PIX. It will explore what a PIX key is, how to generate one, and what the impact of PIX is likely to be in the coming years.
Because PIX is such a fundamental change for the Brazilian payment ecosystem, we’ll be diving into it further in this blog. In this section, we’ll be breaking down exactly how PIX differs to existing payment methods.
The Brazilian Central Bank has a mission. They want to remove barriers to financial inclusion for citizens, and democratize the financial infrastructure of Brazil.
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Brazil is revolutionizing the global payment system by introducing PIX, the new instant payment system.
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