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Debit Routing, Meet Ecommerce

Federal Reserve Clarification Opens Billions in Savings to Ecommerce Merchants

Payments in High Growth Markets

A rapidly expanding online buying audience is forcing emerging countries like Asia, Africa, and Latin America to compete in true blue oceans. However, due to the stark variations in infrastructure, culture, and frequently shifting rules between these regions, emerging markets provide considerable obstacles for foreign businesses looking to expand their operations. Additionally, even if it is becoming increasingly profitable, receiving payments is a challenging operation, and achieving the market share they aim for is a challenging objective.

Deep Dive into PCI DSS 4.0

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was developed to encourage and enhance payment card account data security. With recent updates and changes comes version 4.0.

Stripe : Checkout Best Practices

This course will be discussed by Lauren Sickles and Sam Phillips, Stripes Payment Performance Strategists for AMER and EMEA regions. They will talk about the Stripes checkout best pratices and more./span>

Compliance Risk and Compliance Risk Management

Compliance risk and compliance risk management are covered in this course (Compliance & Risk Compliance Management). You will learn about compliance risk, its types, impacts on business organizations, compliance risk management, its significance, the components of sound compliance risk management, the types of risk in good compliance risk management, compliance risk assessment, how to assess compliance risks, steps to assessing compliance risks, and how to implement compliance risk management.

Payment Orchestration - What Why When How

Are you a merchant, a marketplace, a brand or a payment professional who wants to get an advantage over the competition? Maybe you have heard of the term "Payment Orchestration," but do you know what it is in detail and can you explain it to your colleagues or in a strategy meeting?

Payments

Today’s payments industry is dynamic and the future looks exciting. The Payments Section regroups a collection of fully packed courses providing a broad understanding of each of the key players in the payments industry and their roles in the electronic payments value chain. You will learn the fundamentals about interchange for credit/debit/prepaid cards as well as lean about the 47 different payment methods that retailers and consumers can use today to make a purchase. You will learn about international payments as eCommerce is no more centered around the US and is now global. We will explain Payment Facilitation, Payment Orchestration and many other concepts including the different business models of payments that you can find in the industry and apply to you business.

Stripe : Checkout Best Practices

This course will be discussed by Lauren Sickles and Sam Phillips, Stripes Payment Performance Strategists for AMER and EMEA regions. They will talk about the Stripes checkout best pratices and more</p

Debit Routing, Meet Ecommerce

Federal Reserve Clarification Opens Billions in Savings to Ecommerce Merchants</p

Payments in High Growth Markets

A rapidly expanding online buying audience is forcing emerging countries like Asia, Africa, and Latin America to compete in true blue oceans. However, due to the stark variations in infrastructure, culture, and frequently shifting rules between these regions, emerging markets provide considerable obstacles for foreign businesses looking to expand their operations. Additionally, even if it is becoming increasingly profitable, receiving payments is a challenging operation, and achieving the market share they aim for is a challenging objective.</p

Payment Orchestration

Are you a merchant, a marketplace, a brand or a payment professional who wants to get an advantage over the competition? Maybe you have heard of the term "Payment Orchestration," but do you know what it is in detail and can you explain it to your colleagues or in a strategy meeting?

Understanding Common Card Processing Pricing & Fees

In this course, Miller would be sharing the basic things to consider in choosing an MSP and as the title of this course implies to understand common card processing pricing and what are the fees to expect.

Blockchain

This Blochain & Crypto section of courses is for students wishing to explore blockchain technology's potential use—by entrepreneurs and incumbents—to change the world of money and finance. In this section, you will find very detailed description of Bitcoin, Ethereum and a few other crypto-assets, including their fundamental characteristics and differences and an understanding of the commercial, technical, and public policy fundamentals of blockchain technology, distributed ledgers, and smart contracts. You will find also examples of current and potential blockchain applications in the financial sector. Some courses are taught by Gary Gensler, Head of the SEC or Jack Chia from MIT and many other very knowledgeable teachers.

 

MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction

In this video, Prof. Gary Gensler provides an introduction to the course and to blockchain technology.

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies

There’s a lot of excitement about Bitcoin, but also a lot of confusion about what Bitcoin is and how it works. We’re offering this course focusing on the computer science behind Bitcoin to help cut through the hype and get to the core of what makes Bitcoin unique.

Business Applications of Blockchain

This course lays the foundation to gaining competitive advantage in the Blockchain space by providing an understanding of the competitive implications and business opportunities associated with how Blockchain is affecting global industries such as finance, real estate, retail, healthcare, arts & entertainment, government, legal, food, energy, hospitality, education, insurance and supply chain among others.

Fintech & Startups

The purpose of the class is to expose undergraduate and graduate students to the mathematical concepts and techniques used in the financial industry. Mathematics lectures are mixed with lectures illustrating the corresponding application in the financial industry. MIT mathematicians teach the mathematics part while industry professionals give the lectures on applications in finance.

Idea to Impact: Strategy for Startups

This course provides a practical and systematic approach for strategy for start-ups. The course allows you to explore and evaluate the core choices that you need to turn ideas into a reality.

How to Lead

Ali Rowghani, YC Partner and CEO of the YC Continuity Fund, takes from his experience working with great leaders to share his three observations on leadership. To succeed in building a big company in the long-term, founders must become good at leading, motivating, and retaining great people.

How to Pitch Your Startup

For this course, Kevin Hale goes over how to package up your idea and communicate it to an investor. He shares his tips on how to craft your pitch in a clear and concise way that effectively grabs your audience's attention.

How to Find the Right Co-Founder

In this Startup School lecture, YC Partner Harj Taggar shares advice on how to find the right co-founder for your startup.

Understanding SAFEs and Priced Equity Rounds

For this course, Kirsty Nathoo gives the lowdown on several different ways to capitalize your company and how those impact founder equity and cap tables overall.

Everything You Need to Know About Finance and Investing

Ackman will take you through the founding of a lemonade stand to teach the basics, explaining how investors pay for equity, a word interchangeable with "stock." In the example, the owner starts with $750, with $250 of that coming from a loan. Learn more from this investment genius by taking this course.

SaaS Pricing Strategies for Startups

The course starts with defining what qualities to look for in a good pricing. It reviews elements of pricing and commonly used pricing models. Finally the course introduces PRICEP.

Compliance

The purpose of the class is to prepare for audits and basically avoid unnecessary penalties. The Payment Card Industry has established fines of up to $500,000 per incident for security breaches when merchants are not PCI compliant. In addition, it is required that all individuals whose information is believed to have been compromised must be notified in writing to be on alert for fraudulent charges.

Compliance Risk and Compliance Risk Management

Compliance risk and compliance risk management are covered in this course (Compliance & Risk Compliance Management). You will learn about compliance risk, its types, impacts on business organizations, compliance risk management, its significance, the components of sound compliance risk management, the types of risk in good compliance risk management, compliance risk assessment, how to assess compliance risks, steps to assessing compliance risks, and how to implement compliance risk management.</p

PCI Compliance Crash Course

There are things that shouldn't be left out when doing business. Aside from the customers, profit, and loss, we should not miss being PCI compliant. Let's learn about the things that are important but we may have been brushing off.</p

Deep Dive into PCI DSS 4.0

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was developed to encourage and enhance payment card account data security. With recent updates and changes comes version 4.0.

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You can easily cancel your subscription at any time before the renewal date of the next period from your My Account menu item using the chat window, or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. saying you want to cancel and we will take care of it. No string attached. Your membership will stop on that date and you won't have access to our courses at that time.

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$499/year

This yearly plan will give you unlimited access to all the PayKademy Subscription Catalog of courses (all courses marked priced $0) for 12 months. This way you can enroll freely to these courses and access them for as long as your subscription is valid. The subscription is renewed every year automatically.

You can easily cancel your subscription at any time before the renewal date of the next period from your My Account menu item using the chat window, or sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. saying you want to cancel and we will take care of it. No string attached. Your membership will stop on that date and you won't have access to our courses at that time.

Your company can pay your subscription in advance so you can enjoy your membership. Ask them to contact us.

We don't refund memberships, but let us know one day in advance before your next payment so we can stop your subscription on time.

Our Entire Library of Courses

Debit Routing, Meet Ecommerce

Deep Dive into PCI DSS 4.0

Payment Orchestration - What Why When How

* Payments 101 - US (New version)

Understanding Common Card Processing Pricing & Fees

Visa Debt Repayment & Mastercard Consumer Loan Programs

EMV 101

Payments 101 - China

Globetrot Commerce - EU

Globetrot Commerce - Asia

Globetrot Commerce - LATAM

Globetrot Commerce - Africa

What Payment Facilitators Need to Know about Sub-merchant Set-up and Boarding

Payments 101 - The Philippines

First Dive Into ISO 20022

Payment Facilitators Chargeback Management and Risk Management Overview

* Deep Dive into Electronic Payments - Acquiring Focus - US

* Understanding Real-Time Payments and Open Banking: Threat and Opportunities

* Deep Dive into EMV for Acquirers and Merchants

* Fraud 101

* Payments 101 - Accepting and Processing Electronic Payments - US

PSD2: The Things That Matter

Deep Dive into Interchange Fees from Card Networks in Canada

ETA CPP Exam Review Course

Open Banking in Europe 101

Understanding Travel Payments

Open Banking in the US

Deep Dive into Open Banking in the US

Understanding How ACH Payments Maximize Invoice-to-Cash

Payments 101 EU

Payments Wallets in the US

Personal finance 101, Personal Finance Basics, and Fundamentals

GDPR - How will it impact your business if you or your clients have customers in Europe?

* Customer Due Diligence and AML Compliance

Privacy, Data and GDPR: Best Practices for Creating An Online Privacy Policy

FDIC Handbook

* Fair Lending 101

PCI Compliance Crash Course

MIT Blockchain & Money: Introduction

MIT Blockchain & Money : Blockchain Basics & Cryptography

MIT Blockchain & Money: Money, Ledgers, and Bitcoin

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Transactions, UTXO, and Script Code

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Basics and Consensus

MIT Blockchain & Money: Smart Contracts and DApps

MIT Blockchain & Money: Permissioned Systems

MIT Blockchain & Money: Public Policy

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies

MIT Blockchain & Money:Technical Challenges

MIT Blockchain & Money: Assessing Use Cases

MIT-Blockchain & Money

MIT Blockchain & Money: Blockchain Economics

MIT Blockchain & Money: Financial System Challenges and Opportunities

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks & Commercial Banking, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Secondary Markets and Crypto-Exchanges

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Post Trade Clearing, Settlement, and Processing

MIT Blockchain & Money: Payments, Part 1

MIT Blockchain & Money: Trade Finance & Supply Chain

MIT Blockchain & Money: Conclusion

MIT Blockchain & Money: Central Banks and Commercial Banking, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Primary Markets, ICOs, and Venture Capital, Part 2

MIT Blockchain & Money: Digital ID

Signatures, Hashing, Hash Chains, e-cash, and Motivation

Proof of Work (PoW) and Mining

Signatures

Transactions and the UTXO Model

Catena: Efficient Non-equivocation via Bitcoin

Synchronization Process, Pruning

Forks

PoW Recap, Other Fork Types

Fees

Transaction Malleability and Segregated Witness

Courses with an * are not part of the subscription catalog and are priced per course per student. All other courses are free with your membership.Contact us for volume discounts.

Stripe : Checkout Best Practices

Payments in High Growth Markets

Payment Channels and Lightning Network

Lightning Network and Cross-chain Swaps

Discreet Log Contracts

MAST, Taproot, Graftroot

Anonymity, Coinjoin and Signature Aggregation

Confidential Transactions

Alternative Consensus Mechanisms

zkLedger

New Directions in Crypto

SPV and Wallet Types

* The World of Blockchain

BayPay Crypto and Blockchain Training with Jed McCaleb, Co-founder and CTO of Stellar Development Foundation

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 1 - Introduction

* Business Applications of Blockchain

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 2 - Basics of Cryptography & Cryptocurrencies

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 3 - The Foundation of How Blockchain Works

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 4 - Smart Contracts and their Applications

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 5 - Blockchain Disruption of the Finance Industry

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 6 - Other Industries Disrupted by Blockchain

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 7 - Other Industries Disrupted by Blockchain

* Business Applications of Blockchain: Module 8 - Fundraising for Blockchain Projects

* Understanding Blockchain & its Applications

Idea to Impact: Strategy for Startups

How to Lead

How to Pitch Your Startup

How to Find the Right Co-Founder

Understanding SAFEs and Priced Equity Rounds

* SaaS Pricing Strategies for Startups

How to Raise Money

How to Start a Startup

Startup School Orientation - YCombinator Startup School

Startup Pricing 101 - YCombinator Startup School

Analytics for Startups - YCombinator Startup School

Nine Business Models and the Metrics Investors Want - YCombinator Startup School

How to Set KPIs and Goals - YCombinator Startup School

How to Plan an MVP - YCombinator Startup School

How to Work Together - YCombinator Startup School

How To Prioritize Your Time - YCombinator Startup School

How to Improve Conversion Rates - YCombinator Startup School

How to Launch (Again and Again) - YCombinator Startup School

Startup Finance Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them - YCombinator Startup School

How to Talk to Users - YCombinator Startup School

How Investors Measure Startups Q&A - YCombinator Startup School

How to Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 1 - YCombinator Startup School

Growth for Startups - YCombinator Startup School

How to Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 2 - YCombinator Startup School

Latest Trends in Fintech from Silicon Valley and Elsewhere

Building Culture - YCombinator Startup School

All About Pivoting - YCombinator Startup School

The World is Split (English)

* VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Key Terms, Fund Formation & Investment Thesis

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans: Introduction and Overview of Business Plan

The World is Split (French)

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans: The Startup - Critical Success Factors

Advice for hard-tech and biotech founders - YCombinator Startup School

FinTech Masterclass

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans : Marketing and Sales

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans : Business Models

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans: Building Financial Projections

The Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans: Legal Advise

* VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Deal Flow Strategies, Screening Investments, Investor Communication & Due Diligence

* VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Legal, The Deal, Other Terms and Considerations & Liquidity Events

* VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing

Compliance Risk and Compliance Risk Management

* VC(ED) - Introduction to Venture Capital and Startup Investing - Term Sheets: Economic & Control; Capitalization, Dilution

YCombinator - Week 3 - Business Models - Investors Perspective (Metrics and Measure)

YCombinator - Week 1 - Orientation - Ideas - Users and Q&A

YCombinator - Week 2 - MVP - KPI - Goals and Analytics

YCombinator - Week 4 - Startup Launch and Growth

YCombinator - Week 5 - Startup Finance Pitfalls - How to Work Together

YCombinator - Week 6 - Building Culture - All About Pivoting

YCombinator - Week 7 - Improving Conversion Rates - Startup Pricing 101

Plug&Play Corporate Handbook to Fintech Innovation

YCombinator - Week 8 - Prioritize Your Time - Evaluate Startup Ideas Pt. 2

YCombinator - Week 9 - Modern Startup Financing - Advice for hard-tech and biotech founders

YCombinator Startup School Q&A

How To Establish Your Business in France

Finance Theory : Part 1

Finance Theory : Part 2

MIT Finance 1 : Introduction and Course Overview

MIT Finance 1 : Present Value Relations

MIT Finance 1 : Equities

MIT Finance 1: Fixed-Income Securities

MIT Finance 1 : Forward and Futures Contracts

MIT Finance 1: Options

MIT Finance 1 : Risk and Return

MIT Finance 1 : Portfolio Theory

MIT Finance 1 : The CAPM and APT

MIT Finance 1 : Capital Budgeting

MIT Finance 1: Efficient Markets

MIT Finance 1: Course Summary

How to Speak

How to Build Products Users Love

How to Get Started, Doing Things that Don't Scale, Press

Building for the Enterprise

Hiring and Culture

Culture

How to be a Great Founder

Legal & Accounting Basic For Startups

How to Operate

Sales and Marketing; How to Talk to Investors

How To Startup - Later-stage Advice

Modern Startup Financing - YCombinator Startup School 2019

MIT: Introduction, Financial Terms and Concepts

MIT: Stochastic Processes I

MIT: Linear Algebra

MIT: Time Series Analysis I

MIT: Probability Theory

MIT: Value At Risk (VAR) Models

MIT: Regression Analysis

MIT : Time Series Analysis II

MIT : Portfolio Theory

MIT : Stochastic Processes II

MIT: Volatility Modeling

MIT : Option Price and Probability Duality

MIT: Time Series Analysis III

MIT: Regularized Pricing and Risk Models

MIT : HJM Model for Interest Rates and Credit

MIT: Commodity Models

MIT: Factor Modeling

MIT: Itō Calculus

MIT: Portfolio Management

MIT: Black-Scholes Formula, Risk-neutral Valuation

MIT: Quanto Credit Hedging

MIT: Introduction to Counterparty Credit Risk

MIT: Ross Recovery Theorem

Small Business Startup Financing, How to Fund a Startup

Accounting 101, Accounting Overview, Basics, and Best Practices

Everything You Need to Know About Finance and Investing

Five things that kill startups after their seed rounds

Understanding Entrepreneurship, Starting Up Key Points

Intro and Key Technological Trends Affecting Financial Services

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning

Artificial Intelligence in Finance

Credit & Lending

Open API & Marketing Channels

Blockchain Technology & Cryptocurrencies

Payments

Challenger Banks

Trading & Capital Markets

Insurance

Coronavirus Crisis & Finance

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