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Two fintech startups win $310,000 in Platform Calgary award initiative

Friday turned out to be an extremely profitable day for two fintech startups, who collectively won $310,000 in cash at Platform Calgary’s inaugural Digital...

Walmart Canada launches Interac debit payments for ecommerce shopping

Walmart Canada customers will now be able to pay with Interac Debit on and within the Walmart Canada mobile app, Walmart Canada and Interac announced Dec. 8.

Newly launched spending card in Canada allows customers to pay in foreign currencies without exchange rate mark-ups

New spending card will allow customers to pay in USD and foreign currencies without the exchange rate mark-ups that Canadian banks use on foreign spend.

PayIt may not gain expected adoption with Toronto’s online payment contract, says SQL CEO

The CEO of SQL Power Group says if the vendor chosen to modernize city hall's online payment systems abandons the project due to poor adoption, it could lead to an unlicensed city "scrambling and with no solution."

Payments Canada report says nearly 75% of all payments are digital, and online transfers surge

Debit and credit card use in Canada still reign supreme, Payments Canada recently revealed in its annual Canadian Payment Methods and Trends report. Payments...

Hashtag Trending – Canada’s new digital charter, cybercrime gang busted, Phoenix pay system an expensive fix

Trudeau cracks down on social media, an international cybercrime gang is taken down, and throwing out the troubled Phoenix pay system … eventually.

Hashtag Trending: Everyone using cryptocurrency, a cashless world, and payment data is king

Cryptocurrency becomes easier, no more cash, and payment data improves businesses Listen to the latest Hashtag Trending HERE! My first prediction in this new year is...

Canada’s payments modernization effort chugs towards ‘real time rail’ by end of 2019

Like other nation-wide rail infrastructure projects, the real-time rail promises to bring Canada into a new era of economic activity. But there is still a lot of work left to lay down the track and get locomotives running.

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