Does Size Really Matter?
Christoph Luetke Schelhowe
The online payment service Visa Checkout will now expand to India and many countries in Europe.
The payment company PayPal was spun out from the mother ship Ebay in July 2015. Since then the company has been doing well financially.
Financial services for Chinese consumers is a hot market, and e-commerce companies are in a good position to take advantage of it.
Dutch online payments processor Adyen doubled its transaction volume to $50 billion in 2015.
After experimenting with the virtual currency PayPal now strengthens its board with Bitcoin evangelist Wences Casares.
Not long after Hacker Paradise started using PayPal as their primary payment solution their funds were frozen. Shortly thereafter the payment company offered them a business loan.
The world's largest offline retailer embraces MasterCard's new payment solution MasterPass.
Amazon offers customer loans on orders of £400 or more.
The e-commerce payment solution Klarna started in Stockholm, Sweden, is making great headway in the US, just months after launch.
PrivatBank will help European merchants accept Bitcoin in their online stores.
Pakistan is now welcoming big payment companies into the country.
The growth in e-commerce will drive Black Friday to record levels in the UK, according to Visa Europe.