Two leading debit card providers have announced a reciprocal agreement that will let companies use each other’s tokenized credentials to ensure secure payments.
Mastercard demonstrates its interest in the distributed ledger technology adding three blockchain APIs to its developer site.
On Monday, the social networking giant unveiled several new Messenger updates that will let customers to make payments without leaving the app.
The collaboration is intended to reduce costs and speed up settlement time for transferring funds between banks.
The cooperation with Visa will allow SatoshiPay to enhance its micro-payment technology.
Apple Pay’s availability in Switzerland marks the second European launch of the service.
Wirex Limited has introduced the first two-way bitcoin debit card to enable users purchase the virtual currency and send their funds to anywhere around the world.
The Canadian stock exchange has appointed the director of the Bitcoin Alliance Group as its chief digital officer.
Mastercard has claimed it will allow making online purchases with the use of a face photo or a fingerprint scan.
The new digital payment solutions from Visa will contribute to the development of the automotive industry.
Visa Inc. launches a new Visa Developer platform with Access to Visa APIs and SDKs.
The World Economic Forum 2016 in Switzerland is expected to concentrate on the topic of fintech revolution this year.