Stripe is Now Allowing Businesses to Issue Their Own Credit Cards

Stripe has just revealed that it will be offering businesses the capacity to make their own credit cards. The online payments company also announced that they will be using Mastercard and Visa as the operating networks for their new service,…

PayPal Ventures Into Banking, Targets Customers Who Don’t Have Bank Accounts

PayPal is venturing into new territory. The online payments company is reportedly set to offer traditional banking services to their consumers. Features like debit cards, direct deposit paychecks, FDIC insurance, and other financial services are expected to be introduced in…

PayPal Here Launches Two New Card Readers, Giving Small Businesses More Ways to Accept Payments

Every customer wants a swift and smooth payment transaction, with little fuss. This holds true regardless of whether they’re buying from a major enterprise or a small business. That goal is certainly possible with PayPal Here’s two new payment card…

eBay Breaks Up with PayPal for Another Partner

Even in business, some partnerships are just not meant to last. Despite working closely together for more than a decade, eBay recently announced that it would be ditching long-time partner PayPal as its primary payments processor by 2020. In a post…

Stripe Announces That it Will Stop Accepting Bitcoin in April

Stripe, the Ireland-based payment platform, seems to be backtracking on its previously enthusiastic stance on cryptocurrencies as a mode of payment. In a statement issued January 23, the company announced that it is winding down support for Bitcoin and plans…