Mobile Payments

Jul
08

Afterpay-led buy now, pay later sector booms as more money pours in

The buoyancy of the listed buy now, pay later stocks is filtering into the private market, with Payright securing $12 million in funding.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Payments . Venture Capital
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Jul
08

Tattarang invests in Australian fintech Azupay and real time payments

Tattarang announce a majority investment in Azupay, an Australian fintech that delivers instant and safe payments without the need for a credit card.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Payments
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Jul
07

Heritage Bank brings Apple Pay to customers

Heritage Bank brings its customers Apple Pay, a safer, more secure and private way to pay that avoids handing their card over, using buttons or cash.

By Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Payments
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Jul
02

Nayax Australia announces acceptance of leading payment schemes eftpos, American Express and JCB

Nayax Australia announce that leading payment schemes eftpos, American Express and JCB will be accepted at more than 20,000 Nayax-powered vending machines.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Jul
01

Afterpay: Millennials tried credit cards, but Gen Z aren’t even signing up

As the younger generations get older, there’s no doubt that the future of credit cards is looking rocky.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Payments
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Jun
30

Australian FinTech company profile #93 – Send

Send are delivering a truly global payments platform to our customers and partners that connects people with their money like never before.

By Australian FinTech | Currency . FinTech
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Jun
29

Biometrics-backed mobile money and facial recognition markets to grow as everything goes contactless

The biometric facial recognition market will be boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an update from Markets and Markets.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Payments
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Jun
28

Cash warns banks to reduce ‘tap and go’ fees

Senator Cash stated that many retailers had raised concerns that banks are not offering to send ‘tap and go’ payments down the cheapest payment network.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Payments
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