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Checkout.com warns businesses could risk losing $20bn because legitimate online payments...

Businesses risk losing over $20bn annually due to legitimate transactions being rejected as fraudulent, which could cause a serious dent in their coffers as they recover from Covid-19, according to new research from Checkout.com.

Global Payments & Remittances investment declines in Q1 2020 in the...

Payments & Remittances deal activity is on track to record its worst year since 2015 as investment slowed down in the first three months...

Global payment as a service market to be worth $25.7bn by...

Digital transformation and changing consumer demands are driving the maturation of the global payment as a service market at an expected compound annual growth rate of 16.9% in the next seven years.

Clearhaus gains UK license days after Brexit

Digital payments acceptance startup Clearhaus has reportedly received a license to offer its services in the UK.

Shopify launches starter loans for budding online merchants

The Canadian e-commerce company Shopify has announced that it wants to help SMEs trade things on the web by launching starter loans.

A quarter of UK shoppers would rather queue on Black Friday...

One in four UK shoppers find queuing instore during Black Friday is a more relaxing experience than buying something on their mobile phone, new research from Judopay claims.

Coda Payments reportedly raises $20m in private equity

Coda Payments has reportedly raised $20m in a funding round led by private equity firm Apis Partners.

Popwallet bags $4m seed round led by Stout Street Capital

Popwallet, a mobile wallet marketing solution, has scored $4m in a seed round led by Stout Street Capital.

Commercetools bags $145m funding round

Commercetools, an API ecommerce platform, has collected $145m in a funding round from venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners.

StockX is the latest FinTech to join the unicorn status, following...

StockX, an online trading platform for physical items, has joined the FinTech unicorn club following close of $110m Series C.