The two largest U.S. banks, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, have announced that they will no longer allow cryptocurrency purchases on credit cards they have issued. The ban went into effect on Saturday and includes personal and business credit cards, according to multiple media reports.
It's time for a look back at November's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
A new feature within the bank's mobile app is more about customer control than payments.
It's time for a look back at October's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
Mobile Payments Today takes a look back at the top stories from the past three months.
PayPal is expanding two separate relationships with a couple of top U.S. banks, Chase and Citi, which will bring new options to existing and potential PayPal users. PayPal's expanded relationship with Chase will "enable PayPal to further expand its reach...
Citi MasterCard credit customers in the U.S. can now begin using Citi Pay, the mobile tap-and-pay service the bank first announced in November. Citi Pay launched in Singapore, Australia and Mexico in 2016. Customers with an Android device will have the ability to make in-store purchases via NFC at contactless point-of-sale terminals.
Citi Retail Services and ExxonMobil have announced what they call "new industry-leading functionality" for the ExxonMobil Speedpass mobile payment app. Consumers can now apply for the ExxonMobil Smart Card credit card directly through the app and begin saving on fuel...
Citi has announced that it is pilot-testing a new mobile banking feature that utilizes beacon technology to control access to selected ATM vestibules in New York City. As the customer approaches the ATM, a beacon at the location communicates with...
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