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British pub-goers embrace higher contactless spending limit

Latest figures from Visa Europe show that the UK’s decision to increase the contactless spending limit from £20 to £30 six months ago has proved popular, particularly with those customers in the pub. 219 more words

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EDITORIAL: Announcing the 2016 CMA Finalists!

This editorial was first released on Monday 14th March. Contactless Intelligence Weekly News Review Editorial – Week 11, 2016:

In a normal week, this editorial looks at a specific pieces of news highlights from the week’s headlines. 788 more words

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Visa Europe expands tokenisation service to support cloud-based payments

Visa Europe are expanding their Visa Europe Payment Tokenisation Service (VEPTS) to enable financial institutions and others to integrate tokenisation into cloud-based services where payment credentials are stored in the cloud, into Internet browser-based wallets and retailer-specific checkout offerings and Card on File payment options. 574 more words

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EDITORIAL: Will the blockchain take a central role in 2016?

This editorial was first released on Monday 1st February. Contactless Intelligence Weekly News Review Editorial – Week 05, 2016:

Everyone by now has heard of the digital currency Bitcoin. 997 more words

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Visa Europe; UK now a 'cash-second' economy

The UK has turned into a ‘cash-second’ economy as the number of contactless payments rose by 250 per cent year-on-year in 2015, according to the annual report from Visa Europe released this week. 587 more words

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Visa, Inc. Agreed to Acquire Visa Europe For $23.4 billion

The company has finally come to a decision to acquire its long lost counterpart.

The two companies, Visa, Inc. and Visa Europe that split in up in 2007 are now again coming together. 442 more words

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Visa Inc. to acquire Visa Europe

Visa Inc. and Visa Europe Ltd. have announced a definitive agreement for Visa Inc. to acquire Visa Europe, creating a single global company. The transaction consists of upfront consideration of €16.5 billion with the potential for an additional earn-out of up to €4.7 billion payable following the fourth anniversary of closing, for a total value of up to €21.2 billion. 678 more words

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