Volt, the UK-based leading open payments gateway, has entered into a partnership with MoneyMatrix, the Malta-based iGaming-focused payments gateway, to connect more merchants with Volt while helping MoneyMatrix expand its coverage on emerging markets beyond iGaming.
MoneyMatrix is an EU licensed Financial Institution and PCI DSS Level 1 Certified payment service provider (PSP) and payment gateway for online real-money gaming and digital industries. Volt’s intelligent platform connects merchants and PSPs with open banking seamlessly, standardising and operationalising the PSD2 API interface to a single point of access.
Adding Volt into the MoneyMatrix portfolio will be key to diversifying the instant banking solution with its connection to multiple banks, easy integration, and smart routing.
Globally, merchants and PSPs are increasingly prioritising instant payments. Through this new partnership, MoneyMatrix can be ahead of the curve in this space and Volt can help more merchants accelerate growth.
“When it comes to payment solutions, MoneyMatrix is continuously searching for the best technology. Volt is an important player in the open banking and payments world, the customer appetite for which is undeniable. By working together, we can offer clients new payment initiation service (PIS) solutions through a fast and secure user journey. We can’t wait for what comes next,” Alin Bidescu, COO of MoneyMatrix, said.
“We are delighted that MoneyMatrix has chosen Volt to power its instant payments offering. When using card payments, merchants incur high fees and have to wait days for settlement across multiple channels. Open banking is a much more cost-effective option that’s processed instantly; it’s also more secure than card transactions, as the threat of card fraud is eliminated. Speed and security are famously important in the online gaming industry – but also for countless more markets, which is why we’re so excited about this partnership. Now, MoneyMatrix can bring the benefits of open banking to a wider range of customers,” Jordan Lawrence, CCO of Volt, said.