Coinbase has been around for a while now, focusing entirely on cryptocurrency. It's a service that started with a way to track different cryptocurrencies across the market. But now, the service also has a debit card.
Coinbase offers several different tools, including a built-in and self-hosted wallet that can store all sorts of currencies and NFTs. But it's newest service is the Coinbase Card, a Visa-branded debit card. It's technically still behind a waitlist, but Coinbase says it's sending out applications for those on that waitlist starting this week.
Amtrak has confirmed that it is adding support for new mobile payment options in its app and on its website.
Google Pay, Google's broad mobile payment option, has been around for quite some time. But today, it's seeing a major reimagining.
In November of 2019, we reported that Google was planning to launch support for checking accounts sometime in 2020. But it looks like the timing was a bit off.
If you happen to be in the southeastern area of the United States and frequent the supermarket chain Publix, today may bring some good news.
Companies as gigantic as Apple and Google are always looking for new markets to dominate. Financial services are no different.
Google has updated its mobile Gmail client on App Store with support for the popular snooze feature and Google Pay, the company's rebranded mobile payment system.
Google on Tuesday announced that its new and consolidated mobile payments service, Google Pay, is now available as a standalone app in Play Store.
Google on Monday announced that it's merging its two payment platforms, Android Pay and Google Wallet, into a single service branded as “Google Pay.”
Google plans to launch Android Pay at its Google I/O conference in May, following its purchase of Softcard (formerly known as Isis) earlier this week, according to ArsTechnica citing anonymous sources.
The new Android Pay solution, which ArsTechnica reports will indeed be the name, is set to take on Apple Pay as a revamp to Google's ailing Google Wallet product that's been around since 2011.