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Smart Live Gaming interviews some experts and examines the impact of the Bitcoin-based ‘cryptocurrency’ on the online gambling market within the UK.
Typical Bitcoin apology with usual flawed arguments in favor of using Bitcoin in gambling transactions : cheap (forgetting you have to pay for the wallet), secure (forgetting irreversible transactions can be dangerous) etc.
Bitcoin IS not good for gambling transactions, Bitcoin IS gambling
Remember that One Touch mobile payment solution PayPal announced last month? It's ready -- Braintree CEO Bill Ready announced at Disrupt that customers
Bitcoin announcements are a tired PR strategy... Nobody cares but a few journalists. PayPal should have thought of something more truly innovative, frankly.
Monitise has posted a 31% rise in full year revenue but the mobile money firm's Ebitda losses widened as it took a short term hit on a decision to overhaul its business model.
According to Crunchbase Monitise has raised over $250 million in post IPO equity
Chinese companies competing with Apple don't be afraid of Apple's newest launches. They're not breakthroughs compared to what's happening in China's mobile market, Silicon Dragon VCs agree....
None of the companies competing with Apple in China need to be afraid.” He pointed out that Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent already have payment features for mobile.
Dazzled... may be not, but challenged, nevertheless
Tab Payments app frees restaurant patrons from having to wait for the bill at the end of their meals (Tab Payments app frees restaurant patrons from having to wait for the bill at the end of...
The problem is that there are too many competing apps for this.
Nothing new but I love the "dine and dash" title
Coinbase has officially expanded beyond the US market, bringing its brokerage services to 13 European countries.
Like much of the Internet, Bitcoin is showing every sign of becoming a very concentrated market in the hands of a few
Will Hernandez @Mobilepaytoday Apple intros mobile wallet capabilities that combine NFC, Passbook and Touch ID. Company has support from banks, major card issuers and retailers.
Everything you need to know about Apple Pay
Apple Pay lets you use iPhone 6 to pay in stores and within apps in an easy, secure, and private way.
THAT will definitely accelrate all contactless and mobile payments !
Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), the mobile commerce joint venture put together by some of America's biggest retailers, has finally unveiled its payment network, promising a commercial launch next year.
Consortia-led projects like MCX"s and ISIS (not renamed Softcard)take an awful time to get off the ground
The iPhone 6 is very strongly rumoured to actually look at the mobile payments utopia, by actually replacing those cash and cards we carry...
... answer provided after Sept. 9...