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The card payments ecosystem is both opaque and unequal for customers
Online retailer says it will stop accepting UK-issued Visa credit cards from next year
The good times are coming to an end for one of business’s most enduring duopolies
Ecommerce company seeks to push customers to use other payment methods
Some banks and smaller payments groups have severed ties with the big crypto exchange
Open banking specialist offers technology that allows bypassing of traditional card networks
UK small business groups express concerns over rising credit card costs
Cryptocurrencies can be a store of value, like digital gold
I want to give away a property and some shares
‘Interchange’ fees for Britons who buy goods from the EU with Mastercard to jump sharply
Blocking takeovers is easier than breaking up over-dominant companies
US sought to block $5.3bn fintech deal, saying it was anti-competitive
Shoppers offer hope that debt-fuelled consumption is creeping back, but households are still deleveraging
Changed climate in Washington has a chilling effect on deals
Government alleges payments group is a monopolist trying to take out a future competitor
Payment processors’ revenues hit by struggling economic rebound and travel disruptions
For those who thought compliant Visa/Mastercard-networked cryptocards were too good to be true . . .turns out they probably were.
Asda, Sainsbury’s, Argos and Morrisons in line for damages over transaction fees
Charlotte Hogg says debit cards are being used more and cash transactions tumbling
Forbearance and federal support programmes disguise how badly Americans have been hit
Update comes less than a week after rival Mastercard also cut its outlook
If the data sharing era cannot be avoided then it makes sense for banks to prefer working with a known entity
Payments company deepens ties to Silicon Valley with latest tie-up
Tie-up aims to allow people with mobile wallets to pay for international online services
While investigating bitcoin transaction fees, this reporter got stung with a $3.1 fee. Yes really.