Thursday, January 17, 2019
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UK banks urged: Homeless contactless payments

The Big Issue Foundation is urging U.K. banks — as well as the country’s financial regulator — to make it easier for its homeless vendors Read more:

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:

VC-backed Invoice Cloud gets General Atlantic investment

Vertical software, billing, and payments solutions provider Invoice Cloud has seen global growth equity firm General Atlantic buy up a majority stake in the business. Read more:

Cashless society: The top 5 apps for contactless payments

According to YouGov data1, over half of UK shoppers now use a contactless debit card to make purchases, while one in twelve (8%) will use their smartphone. Read more:

Payments FinTech InstaReM improves service for SMEs

InstaReM says it is introducing a new feature to its money transfer platform that improves payments from SMEs. Read more:

N26 brings premium Metal product to the UK

N26, Europe’s leading mobile bank, has today launched N26 Metal, its first premium product in the UK. 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:

Global PayTech Investment has hit $17.5bn in the first three quarters...

The total value invested so far this year is only $200m less than the $17.7bn raised in the previous four years combined Read more:

Zeux to list Hedera’s HBAR token in its payment wallet

Zeux has planned to list Hedera`s HBAR tokens in its digital payment wallet, to allow users to spend HBAR for all POS payments. Read more:

JetPay payment processing goes live via NCR

Urban Eatz in Richardson, Texas, has become the first NCR customer to use JetPay payment processing through its point-of-sale (POS) software. Read more: