Monthly Archives: May 2011

Swedish version of Square soon in pilot

iZettle is a Swedish startup with a solution inspired by Square (“the mobile mag stripe reader” in your mobile = iPhone). The main difference is that iZettle reads the chip on the credit card entered into a addon to your … Continue reading

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Google Wallet on it’s way

Yesterday Google Wallet was launched. It’s a joint venture NFC mobile payment trial that will start in San Fransisco and NY from this summer. Partners in the trial are Google, Citi, Sprint and First Data. Read more here. The initiative … Continue reading

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Visa and Lloyds team up for mobile payment at next years olympics in London

A release from Visa Europe and a step forward with the goal to use mobile payment at the London Summer Games 2012. Even if the number of nfc-enabled terminals is impressive there still a lot left todo. I get a … Continue reading

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Visa’s digital wallet plan – almost a winner

Visa’s plan to launch a digital wallet system in the U.S. and Canada this fall is a step forward in mobile payment and will help us a lot in our marketing of our secure mobile financial services platform. More on … Continue reading

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New law on payment “easy to corner”

The new EU law (from August 2010) on payment services aim to protect the end user and for eaxmple to stop merchants from taking an extra fee when using credit cards and other payment methods (like SMS payments) for small … Continue reading

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