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30th of August 2018
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Dear Subscriber,

What does Starbucks do better than mobile payments providers?

Other than novelty lattes, it would appear that Starbucks, and other merchants, are outdoing mobile payments providers at their own game, cultivating a loyal userbase on their own apps.

Elsewhere, the PaymentEye team takes an in-depth look at the Chinese authorities’ attitude to crypto and why a clampdown is imminent.

On the Fintalk podcast, Matthias Setzer, CCO of PayU discusses Ripple, tech giants and the natural advantage of emerging payments markets.

In payment news, Modo continues a highly collaborative week by announcing a partnership with Etihad Airways, following an equity stake from Deutsche Bank.

David Beach


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Modo Partners with Etihad Airways to Co-Create Loyalty Solution as part of the FinTech Abu Dhabi Innovation Challenge
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Merchants beating mobile payments providers at their own game

China cracks down further on cryptos
FinTalk Podcast

In the latest episode of the Fintalk podcast, Matthias Setzer, chief commercial officer of PayU embarks on a journey around the emerging payments markets of the world, pondering how their leapfrogging legislation and technology will play out in the future.

CCO of PayU on emerging payments markets, Ripple and the tech giants
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