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12th December 2014
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Instant payments across Europe are the next step in banking reform, according to the European Central Bank.

ECB recommends instant eurozone payments
 
Partnerships

Apple has started accepting PayPal payments in some of its online stores, marking a reconciliation of sorts between the two companies.

Apple.com starts accepting PayPal payments
 
VC

Softbaked, the company behind Thailand’s social commerce platform Page365 has raised $420,000 in seed funding.

Thai social commerce platform raises $420,000 in seed funding
 
New Products & Technology

Two recent Stanford University graduates have released peer-to-peer bitcoin wallet Backslash, which uses social media profiles to easily send bitcoin.

Stanford grads launch Facebook-linked bitcoin wallet
 

US business payment company Bill.com has released a new service enabling companies to pay, at get paid, more quickly.

Bill.com releases FastPay solution
 

Credit card company American Express has launched a new tech hub in Silicon Valley and is on the hunt for bright new innovators.

AmEx scouts for tech talent
 
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