From currency converters to invoicing tools, the world of open source fintech is overflowing with interesting projects. We’ve put together a curated list of our favorites and hope you’ll add projects you love too.
Our commitment to creating a diverse culture in fintech development.
fintech_devcon is the first-ever fintech developer conference. Our vision is to bring together like-minded developers and increase the voices heard throughout the financial technology space.
Not many people can say that the Scholastic book catalog set their entire career in motion.
While other fourth-graders chose books like Animorphs and Goosebumps, I decided to purchase an HTML book for kids.
After announcing fintech_devcon earlier this year, we’ve been blown away by the positive response. Not only are developers eager to finally attend a conference dedicated to them, but it’s exciting to see that people are ready for in-person events again.
A few years ago, a fintech company came to me with a formidable task.
“We’d like you to build a new product in four months,” they said, straight-faced and so matter-of-factly that the engineer in me felt an exciting adrenaline rush followed by a pragmatic gag reflex.
Developers don’t want payments, and they don’t want Elasticsearch. They want a better user experience for their users. They want the experience we have all come to expect from Uber (payments) and Google (Elasticsearch).
Real-time payments (RTP) is a payments network owned by The Clearing House (TCH). RTP enables 24/7 real-time electronic payments in the US, meaning you can transfer and receive funds immediately over its network at any time.
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.