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Australians Love to Tap and Pay but Some Are Resisting It

David Koch says couples who shop together put more in their trolley, so visiting the supermarket alone will save you money. Australians are a nation of tappers but many still remain confused about when and how they can use their mobile phone to pay.

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Open Banking Shows Its Benefits One Year on

Open Banking Shows Its Benefits One Year on

With this week marking the first anniversary of Open Banking, allowing banks, fintechs and ‘big techs’ to compete in a more fluid space, Gianluca Corradi, head of UK banking at Simon-Kucher, explains how Open Banking is already benefiting customers and delivering innovation.

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Aussies Ditch Physical Money for Card Payments

Aussies Ditch Physical Money for Card Payments

Cash is on its last legs. But the rise of card payments is making life very easy for fraudsters. Should you be worried? We can’t fight the decline of cash. It is going the way of cheques. Before long cash could be something only weird old people use and other shoppers will stare in amazement […]

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Card Chaos at Tills as Entire Network Crashes Across UK

Card Chaos at Tills as Entire Network Crashes Across UK

There was chaos at shops, pubs and restaurants across the UK last night after thousands of businesses were left unable to process card payments due to a network meltdown. Customers of Tesco, Asda, Boots, Sky Bet and Vue Cinemas were affected, reporting that their credit and debit cards had been declined or could not be […]

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Mount Everest Cryptocurrency Stunt Turns Deadly

Mount Everest Cryptocurrency Stunt Turns Deadly

A PUBLICITY stunt that sponsored four bitcoin fanatics climb of Mount Everest took a tragic turn earlier this week when one of the Sherpas was believed to have died along the way, according to a report.

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