Mobile Payments: Top Stories of the Week

It was a busy and bustling week of headlines in the fast-emerging industry of mobile payments. Here are some of the top stories and most interesting blogs of the past week. Mobile payment processor Square fined for unlicensed activity in Florida Mobile Payments Today reports that the Florida Office of Financial Regulation recently fined Square …   Read More

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Mobile Payments Top Stories of the WeekIt was a busy and bustling week of headlines in the fast-emerging industry of mobile payments. Here are some of the top stories and most interesting blogs of the past week.

  • Mobile payment processor Square fined for unlicensed activity in Florida

Mobile Payments Today reports that the Florida Office of Financial Regulation recently fined Square $507,000 for unlicensed activity. Read the whole story here.

  • Facebook entering the mobile payments space?

According to a report Thursday from All Things D, social networking giant may be ready to enter the mobile payments space. Read the whole story here.

  • Why the mobile sales associate represents retail’s future

Earlier this month, mobile payments giant PayAnywhere made a bold move by openly inviting merchants to accept the future… today. Read the whole story here.

  • China sees massive spike in mobile payments

Year-over-year mobile device payments in China increased nearly threefold in the second quarter, according to China Daily. Read the whole story here.

  • Is local tourism ready for mobile payments?

PayPal has PayPal Here, Square offers a card swipe and merchant account, and Google is working on Google Wallet… which is best for local tourism? Read the whole story here.

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