Solving Memory Leaks at Paxos

Memory leaks are a common problem in software development, and they can happen for various reasons. At Paxos, we’ve had several memory leaks over the years in our various services.

Paxos CEO Sees Enduring Vision 

For over a decade, Paxos CEO Charles Cascarilla has been executing on his vision of building financial market infrastructure that underpins a more transparent, secure and open financial system. Along the way, Charles has seen bad actors come and go and two crypto winters, but these events only emboldened his vision.

What Business Leaders Should Know About Web3

The landscape of technological innovation is at a critical juncture, experiencing a paradigm shift that could fundamentally change the trajectory of the financial sector.

3 Reasons Blockchain Can Improve the Flow of Global Remittances

Global remittances play a significant role in the global economy, serving as a vital lifeline for millions of families and communities worldwide. Remittances can be broadly defined as any money sent from one party to another, whether the parties be individuals, companies or countries.

A Seminal Moment for the Future of Finance

As the leading regulated blockchain infrastructure provider, we serve some of the largest enterprises in the world, power wallets for more than 400 million end users and enable tokenized settlement worth hundreds of billions of dollars. The introduction of PayPal USD (“PYUSD”) makes Paxos the global leader in tokenization.

How Paxos Crypto Rewards Has Enterprises Leading with Loyalty

In the world of consumer finance, product success is a consequence of how easily customers can both use and take advantage of your product. Many companies are finding it increasingly important—as well as challenging—to retain their customers and cultivate both lasting relationships and customer loyalty.

Payments Processing: Battle for the Rails

Traditional payment rails, including credit cards and wire transfers, have long served as the backbone of the financial ecosystem. However, institutions and markets are now revising these methods to keep up with the digital landscape.