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A new industry survey seeks to understand the priorities, challenges and benefits that payments organizations will encounter as they undertake a "new and renew" transformation in payments.
One long-time industry supporter is exploring the formation of a group that would help promote the benefits of direct carrier billing and mobile money services worldwide.
Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, wrote a blog post about what the industry can do to help strengthen this sector.
With remittance fees as high as 12 percent, many migrant workers are stuck in a bind. Hence, some migrants are turning to bitcoin "rebittances" as a less expensive alternative.
John A. Cassara, a former U.S. intelligence officer, shares his experiences from his time in Lesotho.
The new system is similar to Apple Pay, but there are some differences in the way Google will present its mobile wallet to consumers.
When Facebook announced Messenger payments in March, some users weren't thrilled about the idea of giving their debit card information to the company. But one security expert believes consumers should be more worried about the safety of their overall digital identity.
The service is being touted as the first of its kind to enable businesses, merchants, governments, nonprofits and issuers to transfer funds to consumers' checking accounts via any U.S. debit card, including non-MasterCard debit cards.
Eran Feinstein, founder of 3G Direct Pay Limited, discusses the opportunities and challenges for mobile payments on the continent.
Matt Wilcox from Fiserv discusses the need for the industry to come together to improve the US payment system.
TransferTo said the Mobile Money hub launch means that consumers will be able to send funds in real time to mobile money accounts in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Through a strategic partnership with TransferTo, the new service will enable Azimo's customers to instantly send airtime to prepaid mobile phones in over 100 countries.
Mobile Payments Today has released its latest survey for the upcoming 2016 Mobile Payments State of the Industry Report.
M-Pesa subscribers in Tanzania can receive funds from MoneyGram into their mobile accounts from customers in more than 120 countries.
The P2P provider wants to make it easier for its users to track payments for clubs and similar organizations.
For security purposes, the transaction provides a two-part code and a 24-hour time window for cash withdrawal by the recipient.
Users do not need to use the PayPal app to send funds.
WorldRemit claims it's the first company to extend mobile funds transfers services to the African nation.
The Neon release of the app provides increased visibility and control of potential funders of the youth wallet.
The Revolut app enables users to set up an account in a matter of seconds to transfer funds globally via SMS, email, WhatsApp and social media channels using up-to-the-minute exchange rates.
Azimo customers in 20 European countries are now be able to send funds to mobile money accounts in Armenia, Burkina Faso, Fiji, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, the Philippines and Somaliland.
Consumers in 50 countries can now transfer funds directly to eZ Cash mobile wallets.
The NettCash prepaid electricity product is being extended by integrating Mozido's Mobile Transaction Platform services.
Several social media firms are already seeing a dramatic rise in service use, according to analysis from Juniper Research.
PayPal previously was listed on the Nasdaq under the same ticker symbol "PYPL" before it was acquired by eBay Inc. in 2002 for $1.5 billion.
Mobile remittance promises massive growth worldwide. This research center deals with the latest developments in person-to-person (P2P) mobile money transfers.