Wednesday, February 20, 2019
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Amex and Mastercard Zeroing in on businesses with new partnerships

Today American Express and Mastercard launched new offerings geared toward business clients. Amex and digital business payments firm announced Read more:

iSignthis to provide payment processing services for major card schemes in...

Payment and identity technology company iSignthis will continue to provide payment processing, clearing and settlement services in Australia for all major card schemes, Read more:

Binance users can now pay for crypto with credit cards

Top crypto exchange Binance now lets customers purchase some cryptocurrencies using Visa and Mastercard credit cards. Read more:

Mastercard eyes SMBs for FinTech competition

Mastercard has released its latest report on the FinTech landscape, with analysts fixing their eyes on the small business (SMB) community to drive Read more:

Dialog Axiata, Mastercard to drive digital payments in Sri Lanka

Dialog Axiata, a Sri Lank-based connectivity provider, and Mastercard have teamed up with the aim to drive the adoption of digital payments in Sri Lanka. Read more:

Mastercard invests $3m in African financial inclusion

The Mastercard Foundation Fund for Rural Prosperity (FRP) is investing $2.8 million in three companies from Burundi, Malawi, and Uganda Read more:

Mastercard acting up for smartphone payment terminals

Mastercard and Polish firm eService have unveiled a pilot implementation of the LitePOS solution enabling smartphones to act as payment terminals Read more:

Cardstream cozies up to Mastercard

Cardstream, the UK’s largest independent provider of white label payment software and services, has today announced a new strategic initiative Read more:

Webshield launches regulatory monitoring solution

Webshield has launched a new solution to enable organisations to comply with Mastercard rules concerning cryptocurrency merchants.

Mastercard signs off on removal of card signature panel

Mastercard is embracing new modes of authentication across its network, introducing a voluntary programme for banks to eliminate Read more: