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Klarna and Raisin team up to launch savings accounts in Germany

Swedish 'buy now - pay later' unicorn Klarna has partnered with the German online deposit marketplace platform Raisin to expand it’s offering in the German market.

New “Money To Pay” prepaid card from CaixaBank and Global Payments

CaixaBank and Global Payments are building on a series of partnerships to build a joint prepaid venture in Europe.

Alipay offers boosts as Wuhan emerges from COVID-19 lockdown

Chinese mobile payment platform operated by Ant Financial – Alipay came up with initiatives to support small businesses in Wuhan as the city remerges from the lockdown period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2020, European digital payments will hit $802 billion transaction value

According to data gathered by Finanso.se the European digital payments market is expected to hit a record $802 billion transaction value in 2020, which means a 9.9% yearly growth rate.

Unified commerce and the change of retail landscape (part 2/2)

How technology can support this quest? Technology presents brands with huge opportunities to engage with their customers wherever they are. In-store touch...

Unified commerce and the change of retail landscape (part 1/2)

Technology continues to change the world at a very fast pace. That does include the way people shop. Everybody is now familiar...
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UK Government voted down BNPL regulation bill

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