ING has announced that it is scrapping Twyp, its peer-to-peer payments app, in the Netherlands following negative feedback from its customers.
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Stripe, the biggest fintech company in the US, is about to consolidate its position at the top by almost doubling its valuation to $9.2 billion following Series D funding.
Expansion into rural areas is they key driver of the impressive card acceptance growth happening in developing markets, finds new research from RBR.
Grab your party hats and Union Jacks because the UK's Black Friday online spending growth is set be higher than America's according to new data from Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile division of Ingenico Group.
Android Pay has launched in Poland, which becomes only the second country in Europe (after the UK) to work with Google's mobile payment service. It will be available to customers with Mastercards and Android-based devices.
Barclays is set to jump on to the contactless cash trend by allowing customers to withdraw up to £100 by tapping their smartphones or contactless cards at the ATM.
Cash and other paper-based transactions are still the most popular way of paying Canada, a new Canadian Payment Methods and Trends (CPMT) report has found. But for how long?
With Black Friday approaching, it's time to take a quick look at how the modern day Brit likes to shop, and it looks like the behaviour is in the midst of a noticeable evolution.
If there is one metric that can be used to most clearly present the rising success of contactless payments, it would be monthly spend. New research from the UK Card Association shows that monthly contactless card spending has passed the £2 billion mark in July.
The contactless technology momentum doesn't only apply to the ever increasing spending as new research from analyst firm Berg Insight predicts that nearly 80% of the world's POS terminals will be contactless within the next four years.