Amazon.com Inc. is tapping into bill payments by letting customers use its Amazon Pay feature for their utility bills. The e-commerce giant said during Money20/20 that it would be partnering with Paymentus to add the feature.
American Express and fintech startup Nova Credit debuted a "credit passport" that lets immigrants from five countries share their international credit histories within Amex's online application to build credit in the U.S.
In 2015, JPMorgan Chase's Gordon Smith leveraged the scale and scope of Money20/20 to announce Chase Pay. Watch his interview with CNBC live from Las Vegas.
Amazon launched a service called Login and Pay with Amazon at Money20/20 that lets partner sites enable a payments button that will compete with PayPal and credit cards for customer checkout.
Financial services businesses are quickly launching new Facebook Messenger chatbots to improve their customer service experience. Mastercard unveiled a new chatbot for banks and merchants to help them deliver better mobile experiences.
To empower merchants, acquirers, and service providers with new commerce opportunities and experiences in store and protection against escalating security threats, Verifone announced Verifone Engage, redefining what’s expected of point-of-sale hardware and software.
Google, Visa & Mastercard want to get rid of passwords. Hate passwords? So do tech companies, merchants and payment processors. The new partnerships opened up hundreds of thousands of new sites to Android Pay.
Dorsey took part in a panel discussion moderated by CNBC on Monday night in Las Vegas at Money 20/20, a global conference and trade show focused on payments and financial services innovation.
The payments space is suddenly hot, but American Express CEO Ken Chenault welcomes the heat. “I love competition,” Chenault said Tuesday during a fireside chat at the Money 2020 conference this week in Las Vegas.
The pandemic sent stressed-out users staright to Erica. BofA added one million Erica users a month from March through May (10M as of yearend 2019). It was Money 20/20 where their president of retail banking, Thong Nguyen, unveiled Erica to the industry.
Acorns was the first true micro investing company, allowing people to round up purchases and automatically invest the change. Weeks after the company launched, Jeff Cruttenden took the stage and showcased their revolutionary product in front of the Money20/20 audience.
Almost a month into “Samsung Pay’s” launch, the company’s Global CO-GM spoke out on how it’s being received by the public and it’s ongoing competition with Apple.
At Money20/20's 2014 event Zebit launched the first fully automated payment system that provides zero-interest credit to the 68 million Americans underserved by traditional financial services.
Global payment services provider BlueSnap has raised $50 million in a round of growth financing as the battle over who will rule the register both in stores and online heats up.
BitPay is the first bitcoin merchant processor to offer one-touch payments at the point of sale. Customers can hold their tablet or smartphone over the merchant’s point-of-sale device and submit their digital cash by tapping ‘send’
Sphere, the Leader in Integrated Payments, Launches at Money20/20 -- Company leading evolution in integrated payment solutions with technology-driven commerce platform that’s fully flexible with existing business systems.
Jennifer Bailey who runs Apple Pay gave a keynote presentation on Sunday as part of the Money20/20 Las Vegas event. Bailey also demoed Apple Pay Cash, something she called ‘a one step way to send and receive money between friends.
CNBC’s Kayla Tausche reports from the 2016 Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas where she spoke with John Sculley, Lantern Credit vice chairman and former Apple CEO.
The Western Union Company (NYSE: WU), a leader in global payments services, announced the launch of its enhanced WU® GlobalPay for Students product, which enables academic institutions to more efficiently reconcile, refund and track payments from international students.
Visa and Intel® today announced a collaboration agreement to help bring world-class payment and data security technologies to the growing world of connected devices—from personal computers and mobile devices, to intelligent appliances and wearable technologies.
At Money20/20 in Las Vegas, Klarna, a leading global payments provider, introduced their Slice it in 4 payment option, which allows consumers to pay for purchases in installments using their own debit or credit card.
Vantiv Partners with AEVI to Enhance SmartPay Terminals. The first-of-its-kind open marketplace solution on Vantiv's SmartPay Terminals empowers merchants with an application platform that revolutionizes payments at the Point of Sale.
European fintech startup N26 has plans to expand beyond Europe. The company’s co-founder and CEO Valentin Stalf announced at the Money20/20 conference that N26 is going to launch in the U.S. around mid-2018.
“Renaud and I had talked about this eventuality and were indeed planning for it,” Sanborn said on Tuesday, in an interview at the Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas. “I anticipated it would take more than a few weeks.”
Silicon Valley has upended enormous parts of the world economy, and now a growing number of start-ups have their sights set on transforming — and in many cases radically shrinking — the financial industry.