The Veem API is designed for businesses that send and receive international and domestic payments. This API and platform is targeted to the growing legions of businesses with global partners.
The primary use case of the Veem API is sending money to vendors/suppliers. Users of the API can make a request that initiates a bill payment process and then follow up on its status.
You'll need a Veem account to use the API. Once you have a Veem account, please send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will provide the API credentials.
Veem is a payments platform that leverages multi-rail and Blockchain technology. By leveraging multi-rail technology, including blockchain, Veem has built a platform that transfers money in an easy and secure way between 60 countries.
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11-12-17 16:17:43[Brief] Add International Payments to Your App with the Veem Multi-Rail API updated with Related API Veem
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28-11-17 15:47:37[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: DBS Bank, AWS, Veem, Token.io updated with Related API Veem