Monday, March 25, 2019
Tags Digital Payments

Tag: Digital Payments

Australian Payments Council consults on digital payments

The Australian Payments Council is calling for input from businesses, NGOs, government and consumers on what’s needed to support payments in Read more:

India central bank convenes digital payments panel

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has recruited the Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani to head up an advisory panel on the development of digital payments. Read more:

Worldpay and Paysafe launch platform for US iGaming

Leading global payment technology providers Worldpay, Inc. and Paysafe Group announced today a new strategic partnership. Read More:

Cambridge Global: Digital payments and seafood

The journey of seafood from ocean to table is one of constant danger for the people who make up the fishing industry. Read more

Coinbase wins patent for secure Bitcoin payments system

Coinbase is looking into creating more secure digital payment platforms to help merchants accept bitcoin, a patent filing reveals. Read more:

PayPal acquires Hyperwallet in $400m cash deal

Digital payments giant PayPal has acquired Hyperwallet, a global payout solution, in a $400m cash deal. Read more:

NatWest rolls out ClearSpend app for company card accounts

NatWest has partnered with Silicon Valley start up SpendLabs to develop a new app to help businesses digitally manage company spending. Read more:

Canadian SMEs want more digital payment options

Small businesses in Canada are ready for more payment options, according to a new Payments Canada survey. Read more:

Entersekt debuts digital payments enablement product

Entersekt, a South African-based fintech, is launching a digital payments enablement product which will add new payment services to banking apps quickly and easily. Read more:

What it looks like to start a payments platform from scratch

The concept of a digital payments platform that taps into consumer bank accounts is an old one. But there are still opportunities to implement it in new ways. Read more: