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Paysafe Streamlines Payments for Interactive Wagering With Fubo Gaming in US

“Paysafe, a leading specialized payments platform, today announced a partnership with Fubo Gaming , the Chicago-based subsidiary of leading sports-first live TV streaming platform fuboTV Inc. Expected to launch in Q4 2021 subject to obtaining requisite regulatory approvals, Fubo Gaming’s mobile sportsbook, Fubo Sportsbook, will plug into Paysafe for credit and debit card payments, the Skrill […]
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American Express and Extend Partner to Enable Virtual Cards for U.S. Small and Mid-Sized Businesses

“American Express (NYSE: AXP) and Extend, a New York City-based fintech specializing in virtual cards, announced their partnership to expand virtual Card solutions for U.S. businesses. U.S. companies with an eligible American Express Business Card can now enroll and create virtual Cards, also known as tokens, through Extend’s app or desktop login in as little […]
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Square and TikTok Partner to Help Businesses Expand Their Reach Online

“Today, Square and TikTok announced a new integration that will make it easy for sellers of all types and sizes to reach new customers and grow their sales online. Square x TikTok enables sellers to send fans directly from TikTok videos, ads, and shopping tabs on their profiles to products available in their existing Square […]
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Western Union Joins Forces With Major Financial Institutions in Africa

“Western Union, a global leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement and payments, is collaborating with major financial institutions in Africa, to enable millions of consumers to send and receive cross-border payments, quickly and reliably, 24/7. Customers of KCB Bank Kenya, the Diamond Trust Bank (DTB) and the Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank), can now enjoy […]
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Making Digital Currency Interoperable

“Imagine splitting the check with your friends, when everyone at the table is using a different type of money — some using a central bank digital currency (or CBDC) like Sweden’s eKrona, and others preferring a private stablecoin like USDC. How about sending $500 in USDC to a friend in London, and having those funds automatically converted […]
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