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    US Facebook users can send cash via Messenger app Edit Post

    Facebook launched a free P2P payments service for users of its Messenger app in the US, joining a competitive market for such services. The move is not a surprise: Back in March, the social network announced the launch in coming months. The feature is available on Facebook’s standalone messaging apps on Android and iOS as well ...

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    Mahindra Comviva, Pole SCS reach deal Edit Post

    Indian vendor Mahindra Comviva struck an agreement with Pole SCS (Secured Communicating Solutions), a technology cluster in the Province Alpes Cote d’Azur region, whose participants include Gemalto, ST Microelectronics, Inside Secure, Orange and Telecom Italia. Pole SCS develops contactless, mobile and secure proximity solutions. The two companies established what they termed as a collaborative framework to work ...
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    Banco Santander, Monitise to set up JV Edit Post

    Spanish banking giant Banco Santander and Monitise, the struggling UK mobile money vendor, will launch a 50-50 joint venture later this year to back promising firms in the financial technology sector. Monitise will benefit from a multi-million pound upfront licence fee, as well as any ongoing revenue generated by the initiative. It will also hope some ...