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Fitbit Pay users moved over to Google Wallet

Google is killing off Fitbit Pay in most countries and moving users over to its Google Wallet system.

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Apple offer to open up NFC payments access set for EU approval - Reuters

EC antitrust regulators are set to approve an offer from Apple to open up the NFC chip technology that enables iPhone users to make contactless payments to third-party providers, according to Reuters.

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TokenEx and Ixopay to merge

Cloud tokenisation provider TokenEx has agreed a merger with payments orchestration platform Ixopay. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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Amazon removes Just Walk Out technology from Fresh stores

Amazon is removing its cashierless "Just Walk Out" technology from its Fresh grocery stores in the US.

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UK set for soaring digital wallet adoption

The UK is approaching a seismic shift in how people pay, with digital wallets set to comprise half of all e-commerce spend and nearly a third of POS transaction value by 2027, according to a report from Worldpay.

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Revolut launches Point-of-Sale product

Revolut has rolled out a Point-of-Sale iPad application for businesses in the hospitality industry.

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Worldline closes in on deal with Italy's Cassa Centrale Group

Italian banking group Cassa Centrale has entered into exclusive negations with Worldline for a long-term payments partnership.

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JPMorgan plans major roll out of biometric payments

JPMorgan Chase is planning a broad roll out of biometric payments with US retailers by early next year, enabling shoppers to make purchases by scanning their palms or faces.

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ChargeAfter launches white-label embedded POS lending platform for banks

ChargeAfter, an embedded lending provider for point-of-sale financing, has launched a hub that lets banks create, manage, and distribute any lending product from one centralised platform.

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Worldline slips on deteriorating outlook

Shares in French payments processor Worldline slipped in early morning trading after the company reported a net loss due to a €1.15 billion impairment charge in merchant services and a deteriorating outlook.

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Google Pay to shut down in the US

Google is rejigging its mobile payments services again, killing off Google Pay in the US in favour of Google Wallet.

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Toast cuts 550 jobs

Restaurant POS fintech Toast is axing 550 jobs - 15% of its workforce - as part of a cost-cutting restructuring plan.

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Colombian payments startup Bold raises $50m

Colombian payments fintech Bold has raised $50 million in a Series C funding round led by General Atlantic.

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Amazon's Just Walk Out technology makes debut at Australian student campus

The Canberra Institute of Technology Student Association (CITSA) has become the first educational establishment in the Southern Hemisphere to implement Amazon's Just Walk Out technology in the campus store.

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Apple offers to open up NFC payments access to settle EU antitrust probe

Apple has moved to head off European Commission antitrust charges by offering third-party providers access to the NFC chip technology that enables iPhone users to make contactless payments.

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Walmart brings BNPL payments to self-checkout kiosks with Affirm

Walmart has struck a deal with Affirm to offer buy now, pay later options at self-checkout kiosks at over 4500 US stores.

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JCB to begin Phase 2 trials of offline CBDC

Japanese card issuer JCB is moving to Phase 2 of a pilot to trial offline P2P payments for a central bank digital currency (CBDC).

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Samsung pushes mobile wallet take-up with Mastercard partnership

Samsung is joining Mastercard's new Wallet Express programme, making it easier for banks and card issuers in the UK to offer their customers the electronic giant's own multi-faceted mobile wallet offering.

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UK's Paymentsense scores Irish e-money licence

UK-based PaymentSense is entering the Irish market under the Dojo trading name after securing an e-money licence from the country's central bank.

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PaymentSense eyes Irish money licence

Ireland's payments sector looks set for increased competition following reports that UK-based PaymentSense plans to apply to the Central Bank for an e-money licence.