Announcing Lessons From Pix: How to Build a Real-Time Payment Platform at its Full Potential
Barcelona, 05/05/2023 - Center for Technology and Public Interest launches the white paper Lessons From Pix: How to Build a Real-Time Payment Platform at its Full Potential, written by ex-Nubankers Mariana Cunha e Melo and Jonas de Abreu. The paper offers a deep dive into the design and protocol of Brazil's Pix, the fastest-growing real-time payment system in the world.
05 May 2023
With over 148 million unique users and 8 billion transactions in the last three months alone, Pix has been gaining notoriety for its impressive numbers. Today, the Center for Technology and Public Interest (CTPI) published on their research hub a white paper that explores the critical properties behind the success of Pix. The paper is based on the authors' experience advising the Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN) during the design of the Pix rail and could help other countries replicate its systemic attributes.
Last November, BACEN's Governor Roberto Campos Neto announced the monetary authority would make Pix's communication protocol open source to facilitate its adoption by other countries. CTPI's white paper could help shed light on why some of Pix's design decisions dramatically impacted Pix's performance and adoption.
"Pix had a transformational impact on Brazil's economy and society," said Mariana Cunha e Melo, CTPI's CEO and co-author of the paper. "Our goal is to help bring Pix-alike solutions to many other countries so that we can see the real-time payments revolution at a global scale."
Whether you work in the payments industry, are a technology enthusiast, or are simply interested in the future of payments, "Lessons From Pix" is a must-read. It is available for download for free at www.ctpi.io/lessons-from-pix.
Pix is the real-time payment rail built and run by the Brazilian Central Bank. It uses a real-time gross settlement system and connects 90% of Brazil's over 1 billion bank accounts. It's the fastest-growing payment systems in the world. real-time payment system in the world.
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