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H&M fined EUR 35.2 mln fine over violating EU privacy rules

07 Oct 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Privacy regulators in Germany have posed to H&M a fine of EUR 35.2 million for violating EU privacy laws.

H&M, data privacy, law, GDPR, retail, fine, regulation, compliance

Mastercard launches retail technology solutions to enable a touchless economy

01 Sep 2020 | Ecommerce

Mastercard has rolled out a new suite of solutions for retailers to reimagine their physical shopping experience. 

Mastercard, launch, retail solutions, retailers, shopping experience, Mastercard’s Shop Anywhere, AI Powered Drive Through, Circle K, Delaware North, Dunkin’, White Castle, AI, Accel Robotics, SoundHound, Rekor Systems, contactless payments

Crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX rolls out KYC programme

20 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

BitMEX has announced that it will launch a user verification programme starting with August 2020, according to tokenpost.com.

cryptocurrency, crypto derivatives exchange, cryptocurrency exchange, BitMEX, KYC, ID, user location, verification, regulations, laws, cryptocurrency industry, compliance, User Verification Programme, ID check, corporate users

Feds announce seizure of cryptocurrency connected to terrorism

14 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Federal law enforcement officials have conducted a seizure which is said to be one of the largest seizure of cryptocurrency connected to terrorism.

cryptocurrency, terrorism, federal law, Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas, al-Qaeda, ISIS, US, Facebook, Bitcoin, Syria, digital, Chainalusis, blockchain, COVID-19, coronavirus, pandemic

US-based remote working fintech Deel launches in Europe

13 Aug 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Fintech startup Deel has launched in Europe in hopes to streamline the work from home process through its online platform.

US, Europe, remote working, fintech, Deel, work from home, online platform, remote workers, currencies, legal fees, due diligence, local law, tax system, international payroll process, WeTransfer

Sberbank to launch blockchain platform made on Hyperledger Fabric

11 Aug 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Russia-based Sberbank has made plans to launch a blockchain platform designed for trade finance, built on Hyperledger Fabric

Sberbank, Hyperledger Fabric, blockchain, platform, Russia, stablecoin, digital assets, digital assets law, financial highlights

Russia implements new crypto rules, as banks adapt to new exchanges

10 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Russia has introduced new rules regarding the use of cryptocurrency its borders, coming into effect in January 2021. 

Russia, crypto rules, cryptocurrency, banks, exchanges, Bitcoin, Ether, Vladimir Putin, Kremplin, cryptocurrency law, digital currency, Russian Federation, crypto exchanges, Bitcoin mining, blockchain

Sberbank considers introducing stablecoin after new crypto law

06 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Russia-based Sberbank has announced plans regarding stablecoin, which are digital currencies backed by real-world assets, major fiat currencies, or commodities such as gold.

Sberbank, stablecoin, crypto law, crypto, Russia, digital currencies, fiat currencies, commodities, gold, cryptocurrency, On Digital Financial Assets, DFA, crypto-to-crypto trading platform, loans, digital securities

Airtel Africa, Mukuru partner to enable cross-border payments within Africa

28 Jul 2020 | Mobile Payments

Telecommunications and mobile money services company Airtel Africa has partnered with Mukuru to enable its customers  cross-border payments.

Airtel Africa, Mukuru, cross-border payments, Africa, Airtel Money wallet, mobile wallet, kiosks, Malawi, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Airtel Africa, WorldRemit partner to grow money transfer business

20 Jul 2020 | Payments General

Telecom and mobile money services company Airtel Africa has partnered with digital money transfer service provider WorldRemit for instant money transfer services expansion across Africa.

Airtel Africa, WorldRemit, money transfer, mobile money, digital money, instant money transfer, RDC, Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi, Niger, Mobile Money accounts, Rwanda, Airtel Money, payments, mobile wallets, mobile financial products, fintech

US Secret Service to use Coinbase's blockchain analytics software

13 Jul 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

US-based crypto exchange Coinbase is offering its blockchain analytics software to the US Secret Service, a federal law enforcement agency.

US, United States, Secret Service, Coinbase, blockchain analytics software, federal law enforcement agency, Department of Homeland Security, Coinbase Analytics, crypto exchange, Neutrino, Hacking Team

Singtel's mobile wallet Dash rolls out insurance savings plan

30 Jun 2020 | Mobile Payments

Singtel’s mobile wallet service Dash has rolled out an insurance savings plan, called 'Dash EasyEarn' to enable users to grow their savings conveniently. 

Singtel, mobile wallet, Dash, launch, insurance savings plan, Dash EasyEarn, Etiqa Insurance, payments, mobile data top-ups, ecommerce, lifestyle, remittance services, clawback, mobile payments

Brussels to investigate German regulator over Wirecard

26 Jun 2020 | Payments General

Brussels has announced it will call for a probe into whether Germany-based banking regulator BaFin failed in its supervision of Wirecard.

Brussels, Germany, Wirecard, BaFin, investor trust, Europe, EU, Valdis Dombrovskis, breach of union law, European Securities and Markets Authority, shares

Visa warns to discontinue payments services for gambling websites in Germany

29 May 2020 | Online Payments

Visa has told all of its banks and payment processor partners in Germany that it will discontinue its payments services to and from illegal online gambling websites.  

Germany, Visa, cards, payments, online gambling, online payments, banks, payment processors, illegal activities, law, regulations, withdrawal, sports betting

The Paypers, Innopay release white paper on the global state of play in Open Banking

04 May 2020 | Online Payments

The Paypers and Netherlands-based financial consultancy firm Innopay have released a white paper researching the latest developments in regulatory frameworks in key geographies.

Open Banking, PSD2, The Paypers, Innopay, Open Banking Report 2019, Europe, UK, Australia, United States, Mexico, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, India, and New Zealand. Standardisation, regulatory framewrok, third party providers, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Consumer Data Right, Mexico Fintech Law, Scope of services, open banking commercial model,

Open Banking - Global State of Play White Paper

04 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Individual white paper containing all the latest updates to the Open Banking Global State of Play. Research conducted by The Paypers and Innopay

Open Banking, PSD2, The Paypers, Innopay, Open Banking Report 2019, Europe, UK, Australia, United States, Mexico, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, India, and New Zealand. Standardisation, regulatory framewrok, third party providers, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Consumer Data Right, Mexico Fintech Law, Scope of services, open banking commercial model, David Mintjes, Mountaim Cortet, Alexandra Constantinovici, Oana Ifrim,

PayPro Global to provide ecommerce solutions to InstallAware

13 Apr 2020 | Ecommerce

InstallAware has partnered with PayPro Global, an ecommerce solution provider, to streamline ecommerce operations and drive expansion.

InstallAware, PayPro Global, ecommerce, digital goods

Trans and gender: An issue of non-conforming identities in today's digital world

01 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Does the word 'identity' include under its umbrella notions of financial and social inclusion for everyone, or are there exceptions?, Simona Negru, content editor at The Paypers tries to find the answer 

Simona Negru, The Paypers, transgender, identity, ID, financial inclusion, social inclusion, accounts, payments, cards, banking services, law, regulations, authentication, verification, gender identity, personal information, banks, issuers, financial institutions, debit cards, credit cards, legal requirements

Regulating platforms in the EU: The pursuit of a 'fairer' online platform environment

01 Apr 2020 | Payments General

Juliette Beaulaton, Ecommerce Europe, discusses about European policymakers’ attempts to build a legal framework that would reconcile the interest of businesses, platforms, consumers, and citizens

Juliette Beaulaton, Ecommerce Europe, regulations, Europe, online platforms, economy, ecommerce, marketplaces, transactions, P2B, law, directive, digital services

Customer data protection and the impact on digital money and crypto: the 5th AML directive

18 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Marta Solarska and Kamil Kaleńczuk, lawyers at Wołoszański & Partners discuss about the impact of the 5th AML directive over customer onboarding, plus GDPR context of AML procedure

Marta Solarska, Kamil Kaleńczuk, WLAW, GDPR, virtual currency, cryptocurrency, merchants, data protection, AML, AMLD5, electronic identification