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FACTS The Spanish banking player Banco Sabadell tests a face recognition-based seamless payment prototype with help from some of their employees.
Among contenders in the mobile payment race, the US e-commerce giant Amazon would be getting ready to challenge Apple via addressing offline payment transactions. Their wallet already leads the way in online payment contexts, and Amazon may now aim f...
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The French FinTech Anytime is running tests with Photo-Me International, owner of the Photomaton brand: some of their photo booths have been equipped with an account opening option from Anytime.
The mobile checkout app Lyf Pay was introduced 18 months ago, and has been downloaded one million times so far. This successful French wallet now strengthens their partnership with Casino, which will be holding a 5% share in Lyf Pay capital. They int...
The Danish payment specialist Nets announces a partnership with the Finnish FinTech Mash, enabling merchants across the Nordics to feature an in-store pay later service, and consumers to choose a more flexible option at checkout.
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Instant credit transfer services are gaining ground in the European payment landscape. The Italian processor SIA announces a partnership with the retail banking player Intesa SanPaolo and Carrefour Italia, introducing one of the first instant credit...
As the year-end Holiday season approaches, the US retailer Walmart introduces several initiatives meant to speed up in-store checkout processes, including a mobile checkout option based on in-store equipment rather than on a self-scanning app, and av...
After a conclusive test phase, the sporting goods retailer started to implement a new service in their stores. This option called “Essayer et payer après” (literally “Try before you buy”), allows their customers to try products at home for free: they...