News and Articles About Mobile Payments
In Silbert's crystal ball, the cryptocurrency will be accepted by every e-commerce website and force money-transfer giants like Western Union and MoneyGram to close up shop.
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Apple has officially addressed 'virtual currency' in its App Store guidelines, but it's still too early to cry victory for Bitcoin.
The move gives Android users another option besides Googles own Wallet service to make mobile purchases.
The best of both worlds. Have your Google Glass and pay for stuff in Bitcoin too. All you have to do is nod. Well, sort of.
The mobile payments company announced several new updates, including partial refunds and a new night-shift mode for overnight sales reports.
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The mobile payments company announced today an offline function, an inventory tracker and a pre-order tool.
The mobile-payments company founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has reportedly been talking to suitors about selling itself.
The company is said to have run into problems with at least one key projection of future performance.
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Acquisition aimed at expanding and accelerating PayPal's mobile payments business
Stealth startup Clinkle announced Branson would be added to the long list of investors banking on its mysterious product being a grand slam.
The revamped app comes with more payment options and social features, among others.
This new service might be just a way for the social network to learn more about users' shopping habits.
Tech-darling Clinkle is opening up its waitlist to university students in the U.S.
These three strategic choices allowed the mobile-transactions startup to become a major player in just three years.
What business owners need to know about these developing technologies.
Starting next spring, merchants will be able to accept PayPal through their existing relationship with Discover card.
From fee structures to device compatibility and support, here are the differences between mobile payment providers you should know about before getting started.
More companies are accepting mobile payments. But failing to protect credit-card data could risk hefty penalties and fines.
When PayPal launched its newest mobile payment platform, it joined a wide selection of existing services. Here's a breakdown of the leaders.
Mobile payment systems such as Swipe, Pay Anywhere and Square offer merchants free readers, apps, activation and cancellation.
If you're thinking about accepting mobile payments, here's what you need to consider before getting started.