Apple Pay News
Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service for payments in person, payments within applications of iOS and on the web. Apple Pay is supported by most Apple products. It is mostly used with the Apple Pay app on iPhones and with Apple Pay for the smart watches of the company. Basically, all businesses that have a commuter card terminal with NFC are places that can accept Apple Pay. Stores that accept Apple Pay usually offer both offline and internet purchases. One can buy Bitcoin with Apple Pay, alongside many other cryptocurrencies that offer the purchase of their coins with Apple Pay. Apple Pay implements Touch ID and Face ID for further security of the wallet. Apple Pay is available for citizens of 29 countries, including the U.S., U.K., Canada, Russia and China. The most recent countries to implement Apple Pay are currently Poland and Norway, which have supported it since June 2018.
Apple has barred Gnosis Safe from applying an app update unless the firm provides access to NFTs as an in-app purchase.
Apple app store reportedly blocks Gnosis Safe wallet update for hosting NFTs
Coinbase has added additional user-friendly payment options to its platform.
Coinbase users can now buy crypto with Apple Pay
Whitelisted Coinbase Card users will be able to use crypto to pay via Apple Pay and Google Pay while earning up to 4% in rebates.
Coinbase debuts crypto rebate for online shopping via Apple Pay and Google Pay
Crypto exchange Gemini has integrated deposits via Apple Pay and Google Pay to simplify crypto purchases.
Gemini users can now buy Bitcoin with Apple Pay and Google Pay
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has proposed a regulatory framework that would have it oversee digital wallets, including Calibra.
Australian Financial Regulator Could Oversee Facebook’s Calibra Wallet
A multicurrency digital wallet has announced that it has fully integrated Apple Pay into its app, opening new payment options for users.
Multicurrency Crypto Wallet Integrates Apple Pay, With Google Pay to Follow Within Weeks
New all-in-one crypto 'banks' rival ordinary brick-and-mortar institutions, provide additional benefits.
Can Blockchain-based Cryptobanks Overtake Centralized Competitors?