Payments

Dec
06

iSignthis takes ASX to court over suspension

Fintech payments company iSignthis has sensationally alleged the Australian Securities Exchange was leaking information to short sellers and the media.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | ASX . FinTech . Payments
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Nov
28

Survey points to the devastating impact of late invoice payments on families and SME’s

Nearly one in two (47%) surveyed SME decision makers said that late invoice payments had caused them ‘significant’ stress in the past.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
27

Why the payments industry needs to champion workforce diversity

How can an established and highly regulated payments industry look to continuously reinvent itself, and strive to encourage and bring fresh ideas to market?

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
20

OpenSparkz co-founder Debra Taylor receives Women in Payments Innovation Award

OpenSparkz COO and co-founder Debra Taylor has been presented with the Innovation Award at the annual Women in Payments Symposium.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
19

Monoova forms partnership with payments solution provider Splitit

End-to-end payments provider Monoova has signed a deal to automate transactions on behalf of global instalment payments business Splitit.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
14

No need for wallets as we turn digital

However, ever increasing numbers are now choosing to abandon their cards, too, turning instead to the latest trend in e-payments – digital wallets.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
13

RoyalPay wants to bring facial recognition payments into mainstream

Australian fintech RoyalPay are aiming to introduce to Australia another technology popularised in China – facial recognition payments.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Nov
11

High-end Afterpay rival takes its fight international

Payright, which is associated with high-end services like professional photography or home renovations, serves customers with a $20,000 spending limit.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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