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Culture • 4 minute read

Why I joined Moov—Vince Xiao
My path to working at an embedded payments startup isn’t as straightforward as I would’ve hoped. In college, I studied finance and computer science with the singular goal of joining a big hedge fund as a programmer.

Culture • 2 minute read

Why I joined Moov—Josephine Roh
Edtech. Fintech. B2B consulting. I’ve dabbled in several different industries, but I’ve always found ways to incorporate writing into my previous roles, from customer success to UX research and analytics.

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Company • 3 minute read

Announcing Moov’s $27M Series A round
We started Moov in 2017 to lend a trusted hand to developers building or integrating financial products. After more than 15 years of experience developing digital banking solutions, core banking, and payments, we knew that banking infrastructure could be better.

Product • 3 minute read

Paying independent contractors
The US economy’s makeup has shifted significantly over the last decade as more individuals have opted to work as independent contractors, commonly known as freelancers, in various marketplaces.

Education • 4 minute read

August recap of Moov community working groups
The recap This month marked the first meetings of the Moov ACH and ICL working groups. Our first of many ongoing monthly meetings where community members come together and discuss how we can improve our open source projects.

Company • 4 minute read

Making Moov
First of all, hi, we’re Moov. We’re a new company with a mission to bring joy to developers tasked with building on top of the United States banking and payments infrastructure.

Culture • 4 minute read

Why I joined Moov—Walt Cox
Financial Services in the US thrive on legacy technology. They are shrouded in payment jargon operating on top of COBOL systems processing trillions of dollars with text-based files.

Education • 3 minute read

Contributing to Moov open source docs (part 1)
The documentation for our open source projects is here to serve you, the community. We’re always interested in feedback from those using our open source libraries and incredibly thankful to anyone willing to contribute to them.