Ibanera Launches Payment Gateway Tailored for the E-Gaming Industry
Ibanera, a global fintech bank specializing in cross-border payments, currency conversion, and Web3 payments, has recently introduced a cutting-edge payment gateway tailored to meet the unique needs of companies in the e-gaming industry, according to The Fintech Times. This development aims to enhance the payment experience within this rapidly expanding sector.
Ibanera’s Payment Gateway boasts robust security measures, including PCI compliance, and impressive processing speeds of up to 76,000 transactions per second. These features ensure swift and secure transactions in the e-gaming industry, which was valued at over $400 billion in 2023.
Engineered using the Go programming language (often referred to as Golang), this gateway is designed for maximum efficiency and reliability. It remains at peak performance even as e-gaming companies grow, offering a scalable solution. The tokenization engine within the gateway guarantees secure transactions and safeguards sensitive data. Additionally, the gateway seamlessly integrates with popular payment methods like Apple Pay and Google Pay.
Michael Carbonara, CEO of Ibanera, expressed the company’s commitment to supporting the evolving needs of e-gaming businesses. He stated, «The e-gaming industry is evolving at a pace that outstrips traditional fintech companies’ ability to keep up. Our mission is to stay ahead by serving these companies, enabling them to scale their operations and financial endeavors securely, compliantly, swiftly, and efficiently.»
Ibanera operates under regulatory oversight in multiple regions, including the United States, Canada, Europe, and Singapore. In December, the company unveiled a suite of gaming-focused financial services, designed to align with the shifting financial landscape within the global gaming industry.
Carbonara emphasized, «We are addressing the critical need for enhanced functionality within gaming companies. The rate of evolution in the gaming industry has surpassed the capabilities of traditional banking institutions.»