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Align Commerce Establishes Link to United Kingdom

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Next-generation global payments provider Align Commerce, which serves the small and medium-sized business community, has announced the UK as another area that businesses can send money out of – opening up send and receive capabilities from the UK to the US and over 60 other countries. With the value of bilateral trade between the U.S. and the UK surpassing $113 billion in 2015, businesses in both countries will now be able to utilise a combination of blockchain with traditional payments to enable simple invoicing and real-time payments tracking.

The payment rail to the UK is enabled in time for the businesses money transfer period of the year and the company will be offering businesses $100 off any invoice paid from December 8th to the 31st between the US and the UK.

Marwan Forzley, CEO and co-founder of Align Commerce, remarked: “The UK, was one of the most requested payment corridors by our customers. The US is the UK’s largest exporting market and small businesses need a cheaper, easier and more convenient way to transfer money, we are delighted to offer our clients this much needed service.”

Align Commerce is engaged in actively disrupting the outdated international payments industry by providing a cheaper, faster alternative for small businesses to make international payments with its proprietary technology, which utilizes blockchain technology to send and receive money across borders and currencies. The platform cuts excessive fees that unnecessarily burden users of traditional wire services. Now anyone paying cross-border GBP invoices from the UK can avoid paying any fees at all.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.