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Wirecard’s upcoming app, boon, marks yet another entrant into the mobile payments market.
Visa has announced it will expand a tokenization service in Europe that will pave the way for an Apple Pay launch.
Mobile-first remittance and bill pay provider Regalii, expands to more countries.
The wildly popular person-to-person mobile payment leader, Venmo, might be having some security issues.
Individuals who are interested in buying bitcoin are able to purchase the digital currency through 7,000 regular ATMs across South Korea.
The spending power of the Chinese consumer is increasing at an astonishing rate.
PayPal picks up Paydiant in a bid to strengthen its ties to mobile commerce.
Visa has teamed up with telecommunications services provider Bharti Airtel to bring innovative mobile payment services to seven African markets.
Malauzai Software and Payveris announced a strategic partnership that aims to meet the growing demand of faster payments.
MasterCard susses out how consumers feel about mobile payments.
Rumors suggest Android Pay is a reality, and it’s making a debut at Google I/O.
All eyes are on China as the next big international market, and Discover Network is partnering to strengthen ties to the country.
MasterCard was integral to Samsung’s new mobile payment offering, Samsung Pay.
IBM’s MobileFirst Platform is designed to make mobile apps more feature-rich, more secure, and lower time to market.