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Payoneer, Waze form new partnership to power local payments for Waze Carpool

Payoneer, a cross-border payments company, has announced that Waze uses its services to power local payments for Waze Carpool. Waze Carpool connects riders and drivers with similar routes to commute together and reduce cars on the road. Unlike transport-for-hire services, Waze Carpool drivers are everyday Wazers and do not earn a salary. Instead, commuters use the new Waze…

Google, Apple could start accepting Bitcoin payments via new API

  Developers at Google, Apple and other tech companies have created a browser API that enable users buying goods and services online with cryptocurrency.   The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) with the help of Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple and Mozilla initiated the project in 2013. Currently, the API is being implemented in browsers including…

Samsung Pay to arrive on PayPal accounts soon

Samsung Pay has announced that users will be able to use PayPal in-app, in-store and online.   Users can add their PayPal accounts to Samsung Pay and use their PayPal wallet anywhere Samsung Pay is accepted. And because it uses proprietary MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) technology, which allows you to use Samsung Pay at terminals…

Samsung, PayPal to consolidate mobile and online payments

Samsung has announced a partnership with PayPal to allow Samsung Pay users to make in-app, online and in-store payments with the US payment platform.   The service will be available in the US first and will be expanded to other countries in the near future.   Moreover, Samsung Pay will be accepted as a payment method in apps…

Apple adds PayPal as payment option

Apple has announced that it will enable PayPal payments in its digital stores, including iTunes, iBooks, Apple Music and the App Store.   The deal struck on 11 July 2017 will enable Apple customers in US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Australia and parts of Europe to choose PayPal as a payment option. The US-based payments service provider has also…

Australia Post selects i2c’s payments processing platform

Australia Post has announced that it will update its financial services solutions through i2c’s payments platform. The platform is called Agile Processing and allows Australia Post to support advanced digital payments functionality and financial services for its Load&Go General Purpose Reloadable (GPR) Visa card, gift, multicurrency travel, China travel, and…

Mobile wallet spend to rise over 30 percent in 2017

Global spend via mobile wallets is expected to rise by nearly 32% to USD 1.35 trillion, a new study from Juniper Research has found. The study, Mobile Wallets: Service Provider Analysis, Market Opportunities & Forecasts, has found that spend is currently concentrated in the Far East & China, due primarily…