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By Chris Dawson August 13, 2018 - 11:13 am

PayPal one of 800,000 sites whose security certificate will soon be distrusted

We've written several times about Google's Chrome browser and Mozilla's Firefox browser and how they will soon start to distrust all certificates issued by Symantec or that chains up to a Symantec root security certificate. The date that browsers will begin to display security warnings

Tamebay Position Paper:

Download or read online This position paper on Payments is available as a free download to read offline at your convenience, or carry on reading below. Payments Brass in pocket – or in your phone? In 1994, a staggering $60billion worth of goods were sold remotely. Even before the

Read the Tamebay Payments Position Paper

This year we are releasing a series of position papers, aiming to capture different news which crosses multiple marketplaces and channels and collate the news on the different subjects, to make it easier for you to find when it’s of interest. This week we turn

Payments company Stripe launches Partner Program

Payments firm Stripe has announced the launch of its first-ever Partner Program to help its global user base discover new, reliable partners to work with. Enterprise joining in including Sage, Intercom, Shopify, Xero, Segment, Docusign, and Avalara who are all now verified partners They company

eBay Payments Beta trial insights from eBay Open

Following a payments session at eBay Open, some eBay Payments Beta trial insights have emerged giving us an ideal of what eBay Payment will look like. eBay are already inviting sellers to sign up to the eBay payments beta in the US and members of

PayPal reports strong Q218 results

PayPal delivered its quarterly results at the end of last week and didn't disappoint. Revenue, operating margin, net income and earnings per share were all up most satisfactorily for most analysts and investors and the PayPal stock enjoyed a lift on Friday. For the just completed

Stripe Issuing allows businesses to create their own credit and debit cards

The payments company Stripe has revealed a new product. The invitation only feature means that businesses can now create and issue their own credit and debit cards. It's billed specifically as Stripe Issuing and they describe it as an end-to-end platform for quickly creating,

Alipay cashless payments to roll out to 50 US stores

Alipay cashless payments are rolling out for Chinese customers at select Guess stores in the US and shops along San Francisco’s Pier 39. "A partnership with Guess means Chinese travelers visiting the US will be able to pay through their Alipay app at more than 50

PayPal leads $50m investment in London paytech company PPRO

PPRO Group, a UK based cross-border e-payment specialist, has announced a $50 million USD investment round led by PayPal with participation from Citi Ventures and return investor HPE Growth Capital. PPRO enables businesses to accept more than 140 alternative payments globally, partnering exclusively with leading