Product updates from Weavr
19 Dec 2022

Weavr product updates Dec 2022

Before the holidays, we’ve got a 🧑‍🎄 sackful of recent product updates to share, including instant EUR bank transfers, multifactor authentication features, a new option to […]

Product updates from Weavr
29 Sep 2022

Weavr product updates September 2022

This September we’ve got a couple of important updates to share, and both make it easier to get started with embedded finance, build adoption among your […]

Product updates from Weavr
22 Jul 2022

Weavr product updates July 2022

At Weavr, we’re on a mission to make it easy for you to add powerful fintech features to your applications, without your team needing to become […]

Product updates from Weavr
15 Mar 2022

Weavr product updates: UK faster payments, more spend rule options, Emoji-friendly card names, Forex configuration, Twilio customer authentication, and more!

Product updates! Two weeks after announcing our Series A and sign-posting our upcoming launch in the US, we’re proud to share what our dev team have introduced […]

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