In anticipation of the October liability shift, PayPal has released a new payment reader in the US that works with EMV, magnetic stripe and contactless cards, as well as mobile payment services such as Apple Pay and Android Pay. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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30th September 2015
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In anticipation of the October liability shift, PayPal has released a new payment reader in the US that works with EMV, magnetic stripe and contactless cards, as well as mobile payment services such as Apple Pay and Android Pay.

PayPal launches card reader in the US that works with EMV, Apple Pay and Android Pay
 
New Products & Technology

The Latin American online marketplace has revealed plans to allow customers to make payments with bitcoin on its payment platform, MercadoPago.

Latin American e-commerce giant MercadoLibre sets sights on Bitcoin payments
 

Canadian Tire Corporation, one of the largest retail brands in North America, has released the Canadian Tire mPay and Play, a new mobile payments application that offers customers easy account servicing and an exclusive rewards system to its MasterCard users

Canadian Tire gamifies mobile payments app
 

The French supermarket chain Auchan has integrated Digicash’s mobile payment scheme that will allow customers to pay for their purchases via mobile phones using bluetooth and contactless beacons.

Retail chain Auchan trials contactless mobile payments
 
Partnerships

McDonald’s has partnered with Ant Financial, Alibaba’s financial services subsidiary, to allow its Chinese customers to pay for food at the company’s 2,100 branches using mobile phones.

McDonald's to accept mobile payments in China
 
VC

Safe.Cash Technologies, a California-based digital tokens group, has raised over $1m from multiple FinTech leaders as it looks to release its digital token encryption platform later this year.

Digital asset firm Safe.Cash raises $1.12m from FinTech players
 
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