Juniper released its top 10 tech trends for 2014 today. And if the research firm is right, our cities are going to get smarter, our money is going digital, and we’ll be printing a lot more products at home.
61 percent of us have heard of digital wallets, but only 11 percent of us have used one, according to a new survey by Forrester. Interestingly, most would rather trust PayPal with their mobile money — rather than their bank or credit card company.
Nobody likes to pay, but everyone likes a good deal.
The mobile payments space is a crowded battlefield of competing companies and rivalry is slowing the sector’s growth.
Executives from PayPal, Stripe, Braintree, and PocketChange shared what obstacles are standing between us a world where all you need to buy a beer, a diamond bracelet, or new house is your phone.
Braintree is making another move in the battle to create a digital wallet people actually use. The partnership with online bank Simple is its first direct bank integration for Venmo Touch.
Mobile payments startup peeked out of stealth mode long enough to reveal that it has raised a whopping $25 million seed round from some of the most well-known investors out there.
Who needs money when you can have iMoney?
In other words, PayPal is all in.
Payments company Braintree has publicly released Venmo Touch and made updates to its iOS software developer kit (SDK) to make mobile purchases as easy as Facebook Connect.
The good news, if you’re PayPal, is that almost three quarters of Americans know about you and your digital wallet solution. The bad news is that under half of them really understand what a digital wallet is.
Coinstar has built a massive business with its coin counting kiosks. But what if you could dump your loose change right into a digital wallet?
Who starts an announcement that he’s tossing 470 people’s jobs into the meat grinder with the world ”delighting?”
Guest Post Apple’s Passbook app in iOS 6 is sure to make life easier for collecting loyalty cards, tickets, and gift cards — but developers won’t be able to adopt it casually.
Mobile money manager Lemon has expanded its digital wallet feature to Android and released Lemon for Business.
In the past, losing your wallet was a nightmare. The fear that someone would go on a spending spree with your money often caused frantic calls to banks and credit card companies to cancel the cards in your lost wallet. Digital receipt startup Lemon seeks to do away with the drama with its mobile app that backs up everything in your wallet, receipts and all. The company announced Tuesday it raised a $8 million funding round.
It’s always hard for us to tell if Canadians are being ironic, but we’re pretty sure the Royal Canadian Mint knew what they were doing when they offered $50,000 in gold coins to the software developer who could design the the most innovative digital payment solution using their custom MintChip technology.
Editor's Pick Venmo just sent me a penny. I sent it back of course. VentureBeat is an ethical publication before all else.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aAptQiblCA&w=560&h=315] PayPal’s announcements have been all over the news lately, and at South By Southwest, vice president of global product and experience, Sam Shrauger, took some time to explain the company’s new approach to consumers and their money: the Paypal digital wallet.
Joining the race to integrate physical and digital payment services, Visa announced today its next-generation payment service, which will reach out to new users who don’t have traditional credit cards.