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Paymentology, Fondeadora partner for Apple Pay in LatAm
Global issuer-processor Paymentology has established a strategic partnership with Mexico-based financial service provider Fondeadora to bring Apple Pay to the country.
Biometrics to secure over $3trn in mobile payments by 2025
Biometrics will be used to authenticate over $3trn mobile payments around the world by 2025, according to a new study from Juniper Research
TreeCard introduces world’s first wooden card
Replanting company Ecosia is powering a new wooden debit card named TreeCard that will use 80% of its profits to plant new trees.
SpendHub integrates Apple Pay and Apple Wallet
SpendHub users can now tap into Apple Pay and Apple Wallet to access their SpendHub credit cards for secure in-store and online purchases.
KBC is the lastest bank to accept payments through wearable technology
Belgian bank KBC is from now on enabling its customers to use wearable technology to conduct contactless payments.
European Curve customers can soon enjoy using Apple Pay through the...
UK FinTech startup Curve has added another huge payment provider to its roster in its efforts to bring all different payment solutions and cards under one roof.
German regulators may force Apple to open up its tech to...
Apple is not happy. The Cupertino-based tech titan may soon find itself being forced to allow rival payment providers to get access to its technology after German’s parliament voted in favour of new regulations.
EU antitrust regulators put Apple Pay in its crosshairs
Apple is about to face more scrutiny from European regulators about whether or not the tech titan asked online sales companies to use Apple...
JP Morgan Chase buys tech behind failed CurrentC
JP Morgan Chase is ramping up its mobile payments offering through the acquisition of MCX payments technology.
Apple Pay grows 500% year on year thanks to global expansion
Apple’s Q3 2016 results may be overshadowed by its third straight quarter of declining revenue but Apple Pay registered strong growth over the period.