Developers from across the globe will compete for $100,000 during the MasterCard Masters of Code global hackathon grand finale in San Francisco on December 4 and 5.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced today that Samsung Pay, the most accepted mobile payment system, now supports eligible Chase Visa credit, debit and Liquid cards, as well as debit and credit offerings from MasterCard issuers: Citizens Equity First Credit Union, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, Security Service Federal Credit Union, State Employees’ Credit Union, SunTrust and Virginia Credit Union.
MasterCard is giving a boost to Apple Pay adoption in the UK by offering free public transport rides across the capital for commuters who tap to pay with their iPhone.
The MasterCard Foundation today announced a five-year, $US9.6 million partnership with FinMark Trust and Cenfri of South Africa to launch and support a data facility designed to help financial service providers better understand the financial services needs of their clients.
Stonegate is pleased to announce that the Bank is now offering a Debit MasterCard card that can be used at the Point of Sale terminal at any of Cuba's 10,000 hotels, restaurants and other card-accepting merchants.
MasterCard is bidding to develop a standard technical specification to ease the integration of retailer loyalty programmes with bank-issued mobile payments apps.
Vodafone Wallet users will be able to pay for goods and services contactlessly using their MasterCard cards, with the service scheduled to launch to consumers in European markets within weeks.
MasterCard has selected just four startups from more than 200 applicants to participate in a six-month long global Start Path class.
MasterCard today announced a series of executive appointments that will drive greater alignment and continue to evolve the company’s “Global Products and Solutions” and “Operations and Technology” business units. The appointments will become effective January 1, 2016.
BIAC has announced the launch of the innovative Heyano MasterCard Prepaid card that will allow thousands of citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to use an internationally-accepted financial product.
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