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RiverPay Now Enabling Alipay & WeChat Pay Transactions at Brooks Brothers...

Integrated payments and marketing platform RiverPay Inc. announced on Wednesday it recently began facilitating payments through Alipay and WeChat Pay, two mobile payment platforms most favored by Chinese consumers, at Brooks Brothers brand stores in key North American travel destinations, including the brand’s flagship store on New York’s Madison Avenue. Read more: crowdfundinsider.com

Apple Pay and Google Pay Enabled on Worldline Payment Terminals in...

Worldline now supports the modern mobile payment solutions Apple Pay and Google Pay on its payment terminals which allows users to pay easily via smartphone or smartwatch. Read more: thefintechtimes.com

Paidyou makes it easy to split house bills

Getting ready to hit the UK market is Paidyou, an upcoming bill-managing app that allows tenants and landlords to keep track of when bills are due and the amount, particularly in the cases of house-sharing. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Tokopedia Invests in Digital Wallet Startup OVO

Tokopedia, the Indonesian e-commerce unicorn, has invested an undisclosed amount in digital wallet startup OVO, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to Tech in Asia. Read more: techinasia.com

End of days as Barclays brings bPay into Pingit

Barclays’ bPay app has had its day as it will be brought into Pingit to build out this mobile payment brand. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Nordis opens new mobile channel and payment options to its clients

Nordis Technologies has added SMS to its Expresso customer communications management system and is now offering ExpressoWallet to deliver membership cards and Read more: www.thepaypers.com

A snapshot of Hong Kong’s emerging mobile payments scene and the...

Mobile payments Hong Kong. 70 percent of Hongkongers said they have never paid for something using their smartphone, revealed a survey conducted by the Read more: fintechnews.hk

Mobile payments make cash obsolete in China

With mobile payments in China booming, cash is going away — despite efforts by the Central Bank to go after merchants who won’t accept cash. Read more: www.pymnts.com

EMVCo sets security evaluation process for software-based mobile payments

EMVCo has established a Security Evaluation Process for software-based mobile payments (SBMP) Read more: www.thepaypers.com

Amazon looks to take mobile payments

Amazon is lining up brick-and-mortar stores to start accepting its mobile payments system. Read More: www.finextra.com