Tags Payments & Remittances

Tag: Payments & Remittances

Airlines test payments technology to bring in-flight revenue to new heights

Omni Air International recently completed a test of technology from Infinite Peripherals that aims to modernize the sales of in-flight meals, drinks and retail products Read more: www.paymentssource.com

Mastercard to hire 470 to triple size of its Manhattan tech...

Mastercard Inc. will hire 470 people as the world’s second-largest payments network expands its technology hub in New York City Read more: www.paymentssource.com

Payment companies must use data and digital to make transactions a...

Digital payment brands like Venmo achieving scale quickly by recognizing that no one wakes up thinking they need to make a transaction Read more: www.paymentssource.com

In the UK, cash, contactless are vying to stay on top

When the limit on contactless payments in the U.K. was raised in 2016 from £20 to £30, the overall volume of contactless payments tripled Read more: www.pymnts.com

Memento and Islandsbanki develop money pool platform

Memento and Islandsbanki have deployed a new service to allows users to create money pools for others to chip in Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Zelle use surges at Bank of America

 Bank of America had five million transactions via the digital payments service Zelle in October alone Read more: bankinnovation.net

You can now send PayPal invoices through Facebook Messenger

PayPal users selling their old Lego bricks can now create and send invoices within Facebook Messenger Read more: fintechranking.com

TransferTo and Fern Software get UN funding for payments push

TransferTo and Fern Software have been summoned to deliver seamless money transfer solutions to underbanked individuals Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Chase Pay fails to gain mobile payment traction 

J.P. Morgan Chase is the latest big name with big mobile payments ambitions and an ignition problem.  Read more: www.pymnts.com

Virtual currency exchanges and US customers beware, IRS is Coming

The tax man cometh...and he probably knows who you are Read more: cointelegraph.com