Adyen is a global payment company that allows businesses to accept e-commerce, mobile, and point-of-sale payments. Adyen has more than 3,500 customers and is listed on the stock exchange Euronext.
Adyen offers merchants online services for accepting electronic payments by payment methods including credit cards, bank based payments such as debit cards, bank transfer, and real-time bank transfers based on online banking. Adyen’s online payment platform connects to payment methods across the world. Payment methods include international credit cards, local cash-based methods, such as Boleto in Brazil, and Internet banking methods, such as iDEAL in the Netherlands. The technology platform acts as a payment gateway, payment service provider and offers risk management and local acquiring.
Former chief executive of Worldpay gets approval from UK regulators to launch a new bank that will provide financial services for fintech businesses worldwide.
The Netherlands-based company Adyen has enabled merchants in the United States to use its point of sale payment solution.
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New possibilities in bitcoin acceptance have arisen with the announcement of a partnership between Bitpay and giant payment processor Adyen.
Binance Launchpad lottery rules have been updated. As it has been revealed by the company, it extends Binance Coin holding period implementing a number of others minor changes.
Recent reports show that Coinbase has changed the minimum deposit for U.K. customers. Now the minimum deposit is £1000 staff has confirmed in private e-mails on July 16.
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In recent news, Jamie Dimon from JP Morgan has said that he believes Facebook’s Libra isn’t a short-term concern of an impact on the traditional banks.
Even though Congress tried to inflict damage on Big Tech in hearings related to user data, antitrust concerns and Facebook’s Libra, it seems it has failed. That leaves Silicon Valley with little incentive to change.
Rep. Maxine Waters said she’s planning to call in Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify about his company’s new digital currency project Libra. She added that her staff has not made the formal request with Facebook yet, but they plan to do so.
Today’s the second day of Libra hearing. Amid questions of safety, compliance and consumer protection, Marcus kept stressing that Libra project would seek proper approval and registrations with the relevant authorities.