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Adyen Selected As First Financial Technology Platform to Launch Cash App Pay

“Adyen (AMS: ADYEN), the global financial technology platform of choice for leading businesses, has partnered with Cash App (Block, Inc.) to offer Cash App Pay, a mobile payment method, to Adyen’s U.S. customers. Businesses working with Adyen will have access to Cash App Pay as an integrated payment method for their U.S. customers. The payment […]
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Block’s Cash App Will Now Let Users Pay Online Beyond the Square Network

Block’s (formerly known as Square) Cash App is now letting users make payments on e-commerce sites outside the Square network. Until now, users could only make payments using Cash App Pay on Square terminals or online Square merchant partners. The company has partnered with American Eagle, Aerie, Tommy Hilfiger, Finish Line and JD Sports for the launch […]
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Jack Dorsey’s Block Ends Afterpay Smartphone Tie-up With Australia’s Westpac

“Afterpay, the Australian payments firm bought by Jack Dorsey’s Block Inc, and Australia’s Westpac Banking Corp ended a partnership after the firm cancelled a smartphone app it was running with the bank, the companies said. Since Block’s $29 billion buyout earlier this year, buy-now-pay-later star Afterpay said it decided to integrate its products with its […]
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Block ‘Slow Walking’ Cash App Probe, Consumer Watchdog Says

“The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau asked a federal judge to force Block Inc. to fully comply with a pair of investigative demands related to its Cash App payments tool. The CFPB’s petition, filed Thursday, urged the US District Court for the Northern District of California to enforce a civil investigative demand. Block, the digital payments […]
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Afterpay Partners with Sephora for Buy-Now-Pay-Later Services

“Afterpay, a wholly owned subsidiary of Block Inc., said Wednesday that it has partnered with beauty chain Sephora to offer buy-now-pay-later services that will allow customers to pay for purchases over four installments. The service, which is available across digital and store channels, is expected to head to Canada this year. Block stock has dropped […]