Coding cash: Exploring the horizon of programmable money and payments

Discover the Future of Programmability in Money and Payments

The payments landscape is on the cusp of a revolutionary transformation powered by the advent of programmable money and smart contract technologies. The Payment Association’s Digital Currencies Working Group’s latest whitepaper, “Coding cash: Exploring the horizon of programmable money and payments,” offers a deep dive into how these innovations will redefine financial transactions and the payment industry.

Why is this whitepaper essential for payment professionals?

  • Understand the key differences between programmable money and payments, how smart contracts and the role blockchain technology will play to set the stage for future payment systems.
  • Learn about the disruptive potential this technology has through a variety of different use cases that enhance transaction efficiency and safety, as well as bringing in new business models and revenue streams.
  • Receive expert analysis and recommendations on navigating the emerging landscape of digital finance, helping your organisation to stay ahead in a competitive market.
  • Explore the implications of programmable money on regulatory frameworks, ensuring your own strategies align with future compliance and policy developments.


The shift towards programmable money and payments represents a significant opportunity for innovation and growth in the payments industry. Pre-register now to access the Digital Currencies Working Group’s “Coding Cash: Exploring the horizons of programmable money and payments” and ensure your place at the forefront of this transformative journey.

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