Wednesday , December 11, 2019

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Debit Cards Overtake Cash as the Most Popular Payment Type, According to Fed Diarists
As Processor Valuations Soar, Shift4 Files for an IPO
MoneyGram Expands Blockchain Services as Ripple Invests Another $20 Million
Rising Competition Is Pressuring ISVs, But Also Threatens Existing ISO Relationships
How Bill Pay Could Prove To Be a Tempting Target for the New Google Checking Accounts

MoneyGram’s Launch of Visa Direct Overseas Spotlights Visa’s Strategy for Cross-Border Payments

Visa Inc. is working fast to expand its foothold in cross-border remittances, a relatively new market for the card network ...
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Security Standard Released for Contactless Payments on Off-the-Shelf Mobile Devices

A new standard unveiled Wednesday by the PCI Security Standards Council could pave the way for more acceptance of contactless ...
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X9 To Reboot PKI and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 12/4/19

The Accredited Standards Committee X9 Inc., which sets standards for financial services, said it has restarted its X9F5 working group, the ...
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As Processor Valuations Soar, Shift4 Files for an IPO

Shift4 Payments Inc., one of the nation’s biggest independent sales organizations, announced on Tuesday that it has filed a draft ...
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Eye on E-Commerce: Black Friday Dethrones Cyber Monday as Busiest Online Shopping Day

Formerly distinct holiday spending patterns are blurring, according to new data. The National Retail Federation reported Tuesday that Black Friday, ...
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Weave Payments Debuts and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 12/3/19

Weave, a provider of management applications and services for small businesses, announced the launch of Weave Payments, a payment-processing platform that ...
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The Fed Plans To Raise Payment-Services Fees by an Average of 2.4% in 2020

Prices for Federal Reserve payment services to depository financial institutions will go up by an average of 2.4% on Jan ...
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In-Store Holiday Shopping Increases, But Not As Fast as Online Shopping

Online shopping on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, increased 19.6% year-over-year, while in-store shopping that day increased 4.2%, according ...
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