As digital wallets increasingly become the origination point for consumer spending, they will become THE platform for downstream financial services -- creating an opportunity for startups and a proble
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.visa.com">Visa</a> today is announcing a key development in its bid to build a ubiquitous digital wallet service to compete against the likes of <a target="_blank"
Visa is picking up steam quickly on its PayPal competitor, the V.me digital wallet service. Today it is adding another major U.S. bank, the Bank of America, to its existing list of 50 partners; and it
As the digital wallet battle rages on here in the U.S., with Google Wallet, Amex's Serve, MasterCard's PayPass, Square, PayPal, carrier-backed Isis, and others all wrangling for a piece of the action,
This week, two of the major players in the credit card industry, Visa and MasterCard launched their online digital wallet services. Known as V.me (Visa's) and PayPass Wallet Services (MasterCard), bot