November 23

ETA is now updated if the payment faces delays, ensuring users receive a more precise ETA in each status update.

Dynamic ETA

Dynamic ETA

To meet our customers' need for accurate arrival information, we offer an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) when initiating a payment. The ETA considers the destination bank's payment schemes and incorporates additional factors if no instant scheme is supported. Previously the improvements done this month, the ETA remained static, causing inaccuracies during delays.

With recent improvements, the ETA is now dynamic and updated in real-time if the payment faces delays (for example when there is a scheduled maintenance, the payment has entered the Smart Retry System or has been blocked by an AML review), ensuring users receive a more precise ETA with each status update.

Product development

  • Development of the operation’s fee calculator

Control Panel

  • The secret key of a newly created webhook has been added to the Control Panel. You will be able to see it at the end of the creation process. For security reasons, it will not be shown on the panel again, so we recommend that you copy it once you create the webhook to be able to operate with it.
  • New graphics have been added to the Dashboard. Now users will be able to see the movement of money in their accounts in a more graphic way, in addition to the success rate associated with the time range they select. We will continue to add functionality to these graphs to help our clients get more powerful insights from their data to make better decisions.


  • There has been a change in how we treat payments that have been stopped due to being reviewed in an AML process. Until now, they remained in a processing state. They are currently being updated to the "blocked" status, which causes our users to receive a notification of this change via webhook. This can help our users notify the beneficiary and adjust their expectations of when they will receive a payment. This added to the improvements made in the ETA, will mean that users will have much more precise information to use.


  • Improvements in the components of the blog posts to improve their readability and accessibility.