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Your bank's about to make paying your bills a whole lot easier

The concept has been in the works for around five years, as key leaders in the finance industry and Silicon Valley have worked to develop a system called, clearXchange. Once launched, this system will allow major financial institutions to connect and complete transactions with one another instantaneously. No more two-day holds before your funds become available. No more hassle. Period.

Today, if a customer wants to transfer cash to another person digitally — whether on an app like PayPal's Venmo, or through an individual bank's payment transfer system, like Chase's QuickPay — it usually takes one to three days for money to move to an account at another institution. On clearXchange, the cash can move instantaneously with the tap of a finger.

So far, several big-name banks like JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bancorp have already started plugging into the system. And, some have already started rolling out the service for customers.

Reports indicate that the banks which have already joined clearXchange system plan to make the service available to customers by the end of the year.

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Source: NBC News
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