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UK pilots new ways to provide access to cash in communities without bank branches

NatWest debit card being put into a card reader

Residents and small businesses in nine UK communities are taking part in a series of pilot schemes which aim to improve access to cash in rural and disadvantaged areas, where individuals remain dependent on cash but where bank branches and ATMs have closed down and local cash infrastructure is under threat... More


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UK charities leverage open banking to cut donation transaction costs

Open Banking Excellence QR code payments transfer solution

UK residents can now make charity donations using an open banking payments service that allows them to transfer money directly from their bank account to a charity’s bank account by scanning a QR code with their mobile phone, reducing the recipient’s processing costs and automatically enabling Gift Aid tax benefits on each donation... More


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Digital payments specialist Dejamobile opens showcase in the NFCW Expo

NFCW EXPO: France-based fintech Dejamobile has opened a showcase in the NFCW Expo that provides readers with information on its white label digital payment and merchant acceptance solutions plus educational materials on host card emulation (HCE) security and contactless acceptance on standard NFC phones... More


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Merchants in Spain and Hungary pilot cardless payments service that combines face and palm biometrics

PeasyPay biometric face palm payments in Spain

Customers at a coffee shop in Budapest, Hungary, and a number of small city-centre retailers in Guadalajara, Spain, are piloting a biometric payment service which allows them to make payments at the point of sale using their face and palm without needing a card, smartphone or other mobile device... More