Zumo announces its key Signatory status of the Crypto Climate Accord (CCA), a global initiative which has been established with the sole aim of harnessing the collective efforts of the crypto community to support the industry’s transition to 100% renewable energy and achievement of net-zero emissions by 2040.
A leading e-wallet firm has revealed that cryptocurrency deposits increased by 48% in the first quarter of this year while fiat (official government) currency use remained flat. STICPAY figures show Bitcoin is the leading cryptocurrency of choice for its e-wallet users, dwarfing Ethereum, Litecoin and Tether by 38 times their combined usage.
Zumo, the Edinburgh-based crypto wallet, has today announced the launch of its Zumo Virtual Card. This new product allows users in the UK to make purchases at any online retailer which accepts Visa. Zumo is the first non-custodial crypto wallet to offer users the ability to hold GBP in their wallet to then spend with a Visa card. The Virtual Card is the result of a partnership between Zumo and digital payments platform Modulr. Modulr provides... more
E-wallet specialist STICPAY is launching a cashback service for its gaming and gambling customers worldwide in early May.
- 12.04.2021 01:15 pm
E-wallet provider STICPAY is signing a partnership agreement with online broker M4Markets, which provides trading services on Forex, commodities and indices.
PPRO – the leading provider of local payments infrastructure – has launched its integration of popular European mobile payment method Satispay and rounded out its coverage of the Italian market.
- 18.02.2021 10:14 am
As more people become accustomed to the security and convenience of the digital channel, digital transactions including mobile wallet payments are continuing to increase. According to our latest Global Insights Report, 38 percent of consumers expect to increase their online activity in the next 12 months and 60 percent of consumers are using a universal mobile wallet to make digital payments. Currently, the two top activities among consumers... more
Digital Wallet Spend to Exceed $10 Trillion Globally in 2025; Driven by Rising eCommerce & Contactless Spend
A new study from Juniper Research has found that total spend via digital wallets will exceed $10 trillion in 2025, up from $5.5 trillion in 2020.
64% of financial institutions in Latin America will be increasing investment in retail payments over the next two years, according to a survey conducted by OpenWay, a global vendor of digital payment software, and technology analyst house Omdia. Banks and fintechs in the region are looking to improve their customer experience by focusing on mobile wallets, digitalization of back-office operations and use of cloud technologies.
EBANX, a Latin American fintech specialized in local payment solutions for global merchants, has partnered with PicPay, the largest digital wallet in number of users in Brazil, to offer a new payment option in the country.
- 28.10.2020 10:22 am
Fintech and payment service provider Paynetics AD, digital banking platform provider phyre and commercial bank Bulgarian American Credit Bank (BACB), have announced today the launch of new digital wallet product B@CB Pay.
The payment management platform IXOPAY is now connected to Finrax, an exchange and wallet provider for cryptocurrencies. eMerchants connected to the IXOPAY software platform will have the opportunity to use Finrax to accept payments from customers, issue withdrawals and pay vendor invoices with cryptocurrencies.
The integration of Troovo’s advanced Robotic Process Automation (RPA) engine with Amadeus’ B2B Wallet means the entire virtual payment flow can now be automated very quickly, helping the travel industry digitally transform B2B supplier payments.
Zumo, an Edinburgh-based mobile wallet and payments start-up backed by Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman, has launched an app that stores, sends and allows consumers to spend and exchange cryptocurrencies online. Today, customers can use the app to buy, sell and exchange both Bitcoin and Etherium cryptocurrencies. Since the start of lockdown in March, the price of Bitcoin has risen sharply as retail investors rush to Bitcoin as a safe haven.