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More Chaos at Clinkle

More Chaos at Clinkle

by March 14, 2014 at 9:59 am 1 comment

What’s that sound? Is it the joyful noise of Clinkle‘s soundwave-based payment system finally launching in the wild? No such luck. Instead, it’s more bad news from the infamously dysfunctional startup. Cinkle’s most recent hire, designer Josh Brewster of Twitter, has left the company after less than a week. He feltRead More

VIDEO: EyeBuy Makes Buying a Snap

by January 30, 2014 at 11:02 am 0 comments

Another innovative imaging app for financial services has come out of France. EyeBuy, based in Vannes in northwestern France, offers a service in which users can snap a picture of an item with their smartphone camera and be taken to an e-commerce site selling that app. A video of theRead More

Advanced Use Case for QR Codes

by January 27, 2014 at 11:36 am 1 comment

QR Codes may be insecure, but they have found a foothold in the payments world. It’s a simple use case: a code comes up and is scanned by a reader, which then yields the information in the pattern of squares. Most famously, this works at the counter at your localRead More

VIDEO: Bank Innovation TV on Lessons from 3 Smart European Startups

by September 24, 2013 at 4:53 pm 0 comments

This episode of Bank Innovation TV looks at three new companies from Europe and their potential lessons for US innovators: mBank, a direct bank from Poland; PFM solution Numbrs from Switzerland; and mobile payments technology provider Pixeliris from France.