A new article from global payments processing company DECTA describes the vast opportunities available in contactless payments, along with some of the security challenges which must be addressed.
The biggest investment banks including Goldman Sachs and Citi have stopped taking Chinese p2p lenders public as a result of...
PayTile, an 'airdrop for cash' geolocation-based payments system partnered with Cross River to enable users to send p2p privately.
All P2P lenders will now be known as non-banking financial companies (NBFC-P2P); all p2p lenders will also have to receive a certificate of registration; companies will go through a 12 month period before getting final approval; under the rules a p2p firm can’t raise deposits or lend on its own; other details of the guidelines including loan caps for borrowers are outlined in the article. Source