TessPay and Cresval Capital Corp. have announced that their Plan of Arrangement (originally entered into January 16, 2018) whereby TessPay and a newly incorporated subsidiary of Cresval would amalgamate, continue as TessPay and become a listed issuer on the TSXV, has been terminated. TessPay continues
Revolutionizing financial settlements in global wholesale telecom – Blockchain Pulse: IBM Blockchain Blog We’re excited about the future of financial settlements in the telecom industry and the contribution TessPay is making to blockchain payment systems.
‘If it’s good enough for the World Bank…’ Yet another leading indicator that Blockchain is fast becoming part of the business landscape came from Australia last week. Reuters reported that Commonwealth Bank of Australia has won a mandate from the World Bank to
Forget Cryptocurrency and what will happen to its value; Blockchain and its value is here to stay, and for very good reason
Forget Cryptocurrency and what will happen to its value; Blockchain and its value is here to stay, and for very good reason Blockchain has almost become an overused ‘buzzword’. For many it’s as familiar and confusing as when someone says ‘Ping Me’. Many
Tesspay attended the all-important Mediterranean Telecom Exchange Show In Rome. Fresh on the hills of TessPay’s hugely successful showcase at the International Telecoms Week in Chicago back in May, the team were invited to attend a much more intimate show in Europe. The
TessPay held its first AGM on July 6, 2018. Among other matters, the board of directors was enlarged from 5 to 7 members and the impending transaction with Cresval Capital Corp (see news release dated July 3, 2018) was approved. The new slate of directors