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Banco Hipotecario is making the plan to improve and expand its financial services for salvadorans outside the country's borders a reality by opening a new information kiosk located at the Consulate General of El Salvador in Dallas, Texas.

Published in Business

The August holiday season is here and this is the time when more people are demanding to make purchases and payments online, so you should take care of your information carefully.

Published in Economy

Today, the President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), Douglas Rodriguez, together with the Secretary of Trade and Investment, Miguel Kattan, presided over the launching of Transfer365 Mobile and Transfer 365 Business, both of which are online payment systems.

Published in Finances

The 35 Movistar El Salvador stores will now have an Akí Pago point for users and customers to access various financial services in addition to paying bills for electricity, water, fixed and mobile telephony, recharges, cable, internet, education, insurance, catalog sales, vehicle insurance, funeral homes and stores, among others.

Published in Business

The entrepreneurship ecosystem must be prepared to receive new initiatives in the field of fintech, an industry with high demand for disruptive solutions and that has reached its highest growth in the market.

Published in Entrepreneurship

The labor market in cryptographic financial services is expanding in Latin America. In countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Argentina and El Salvador, qualified profiles are already required to work in this new ecosystem and, as a main incentive, they are offering salaries in stable cryptocurrencies such as USDT, USDC and DAI; known in English as "stablecoins", digital assets that always maintain their value in US$1.

Published in Breaking News

ABANK, always thinking in the benefit of its clients, announced the recent alliance with Puntoxpress, the first collection network in El Salvador.

Published in Business

In the regulation of the Bitcoin Law published a few days ago by the Central Government, it indicates that banks will now be able to provide financial services to Bitcoin service providers or open accounts to users in bitcoin in an optional and not mandatory manner.

Published in Finances

BFA expects to open more branches in the eastern and western areas. To date, the agencies in Teotepeque and Osicala serve about 50 transactions per day.

Published in Finances