Money20/20 2015 hackathon

Money20/20 2015 hackathon

We just came back from the Money20/20 hackathon in Vegas. For those who don’t know it, this event brings the entire fintech developer community under one roof for 24 hours, in order to put together new disruptive payment applications. Just as last year, we had...
Kill Bill GO client library

Kill Bill GO client library

We are quite excited to announce that we created a new client library to interact with Kill Bill in GO. GO is becoming an important new player: We are seeing more and more successful projects (e.g Docker written in GO), or startups like CloudFlare embracing this new...
Kill Bill 0.14.0 Released!

Kill Bill 0.14.0 Released!

We are excited to announce our new release Kill Bill 0.14.0! The release is mostly targeted to cover all the current use cases identified in our talk , that is: Subscription As A Service Global Payment System Subscription As A Service On the Subscription As A Service...

Deprecating support for debit and credit cards

Cards as a method of payment were introduced in the late 1800s to facilitate sales in department stores and hotels. Western Union began issuing charge cards to its frequent customers in 1921, and in 1958 American Express created Carte Blanche and the first worldwide...
Subscription As A Service Using Kill Bill

Subscription As A Service Using Kill Bill

In the last few months we have been working on extending the Kill Bill multi-tenancy feature. As its core, Kill Bill was designed as a multi-tenant system, where each object (account, invoice, …) pertains to a specific tenant, and where every API in the system...
Anatomy of an EFT transaction

Anatomy of an EFT transaction

One of Kill Bill most popular features is its plugin framework. At a high level, to integrate with a new payment processor, all you need is to write a plugin implementing the PaymentPluginApi, which defines the basic payment operations the gateway may support. The...