Friday, September 20, 2019
PAYMENTS & REMITTANCES

PAYMENTS & REMITTANCES

Wirecard Partners With Romanian E-Retailer eMAG on Payment Solution

German payments platform Wirecard announced on Friday it was partnered with Romanian e-retailer eMAG for a new payment solution Read more: crowdfundinsider

Luxembourg House of Financial Technology Member Payconiq Secures €20 Million Through...

Payconiq, a Luxembourg-based fintech, announced this week it secured €20 million through its latest investment round Read more: crowdfundinsider

Deep Dive: How APIs Can Help Drive Faster Payments

Financial players worldwide are kicking payment systems into high gear with efforts that range from easier-to-use digital solutions Read more: pymnts.com

Stripe Introduces New & Improved Onboarding Flow For Express Accounts

Payments platform Stripe announced this week a new and improved onboarding flow for Express accounts. Read more: crowdfundinsider

Real-Time Payments Are Reaching A Tipping Point

While commercial real-time payments became available in the U.S. back in 2017, they haven’t yet hit ubiquity. Read more: pymnts.com

Mastercard On Tackling AP Automation’s Last Mile

If the last mile of eCommerce lies with logistics — getting goods where they need to go — the “last mile” in digitizing payments Read more: pymnts.com

“Bitcoin Hyper” Network Claims 2-Second Transaction Times, But Issuance Terms Unclear

The team behind a “fork” or code copy of Bitcoin called “Bitcoin Hyper” claims their network is the “world’s fastest Bitcoin” Read more: crowdfundinsider

Sydney could use facial recognition for public transport payments

Sydney's commuters could soon ditch their contactless cards and pay for journeys with their faces Read more: finextra

Samsung Pay Offers Payments, Credit To Indian Marketplaces

Samsung has reached an agreement with an online marketplace for financial products in India Read more: pymnts.com

Sydney could use facial recognition for public transport payments

Sydney's commuters could soon ditch their contactless cards and pay for journeys with their faces. Read more: finextra