This week in Payment news

Cloud Money Platform Uphold Expands Funding Options in the US

November 25, 2015 by

Cloud money platform Uphold has expanded the ways in which money moves by enabling US members to fund their accounts through bank transfers, debit cards and credit cards.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Cart Abandonment

November 24, 2015 by

Over the past five years, behavioral marketing company SaleCycle has tracked more than 1 billion online cart abandonments. They’ve decided to share their findings from all that data in a tidy new infographic.

Apple Is Still Offering PayPal Credit in the UK

November 24, 2015 by

Despite the rivalry between PayPal and Apple Pay is just beginning in the United States, Apple seems to be still offering PayPal Credit to its customers across the pond in the United Kingdom.

America Runs on Dunkin, and Dunkin’ Donuts Now Runs on Mobile

November 24, 2015 by

As versatile as Dunkin’ Donuts already is, it’s about to add a whole new versatility with a new mobile payments system.

myPINpad Brings PIN-Based Solution to Digital Commerce via VocaLink Partnership

November 24, 2015 by

myPINpad’s PIN-based authentication technology will now be available to digital commerce applications thanks to a new partnership between the UK-based technology firm and international payments provider VocaLink.

Coinbase Launches First US-issued Bitcoin Debit Card

November 24, 2015 by

Coinbase, a leading bitcoin wallet service, announced the release of the first-ever bitcoin debit card.

The Fraudster Top 6 Wish List According to Forter Fraud Prevention

November 24, 2015 by

In a recent report released by Forter, it was revealed which products are the most sought after in regard to fraudsters.

LG Officially Announces LG Pay Mobile Payments

November 23, 2015 by

It wasn’t so long ago when we were considering the idea of LG joining the mobile payment market, wondering how long before Huawei and other mobile device makers followed suit.

PayPal: More Chinese Online Shoppers Buy Cross-Border

November 23, 2015 by

Chinese consumer class’ buying power has been on the rise, with one-third of online shoppers having bought cross-border this year, according to the second global cross-border commerce report by PayPal and Ipsos.

European Union May Curb Anonymous Payments and Use of Bitcoin

November 23, 2015 by

Last week, the European Commission was assessing the role Bitcoin played in the recent terror attack in Paris and Reuters reported that a number of European countries are planning to initiate a crackdown on all virtual currencies and other forms of anonymous payments.

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