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More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
Omise is already running betas in Japan and Indonesia, and is looking to enter more markets by mid-2016.
Buying coffee... buying groceries... paying utility bills... WeChat wants to help you do all that along with being a social network. But how good is it?
Ola opened up its mobile wallet service, allowing people to use it to pay for things on sites like Oyo Rooms, Lenskart, and Saavn.
Regulators make progress on epayments sluggish, and thereby give dominance to banks and telcos in Southeast Asia. But that’s all about to change.
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The Singapore-based company will be expanding and recruiting.
“It’s a great opportunity for us. Lots of network effects,” explains Freelancer deputy CFO Christopher Koch of the deal.
Imagine the day when scanning your face, waving your phone, or using some kind of a wearable are the new norms of paying for goods and services.
The company is moving further towards becoming a one-stop shop for games publishing.
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The companies take a big step towards their goal of becoming a strong contender in online payments in the region.
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Spike started out as a side-business for Metaps and is now starting to come into its own.
TaxiMonger believes that the 1,400 or so taxi drivers who use its app will help accelerate bitcoin usage in Malaysia.
Amazon's attempt at making online and mobile payments far more convenient and secure goes live today in India.
KakaoTalk adds in epayments to its messaging app. But at the moment this is just for South Korea and for Android users.
After a battle with Jakarta’s evening traffic, Doku founder and COO Nabilah Alsagoff steps into the city’s upscale Luna Negra restaurant. All the guests momenta...