On September 12, 2018, the UK's cash machine (ATM) network LINK, in line with its previous commitments, published its first report unveiling data regarding the geographical coverage of ATMs in the...
European parliamentarians have given the seal of approval to reforms that will classify anonymous prepaid cards as cash in efforts to combat illicit funds moving in and out of the EU.
The Norwegian central bank has called for further clarification of banks’ responsibilities under proposals to beef up payment blocking measures in relation to foreign gambling operators.
Two months into the age of legal sports betting in New Jersey, a new era of online wagering has begun — but question marks remain over whether card issuers will be willing to play ball in...
Lithuania’s payments regulator has launched a new initiative to allow transactions using only the recipient’s phone number, as part of the country’s recognition of the growing ubiquity of mobile...
On May 25, 2018, the Department of Finance launched a public consultation aiming to review the Canadian Payments Act, which regulates the payment clearing and settlement systems operated by...
Indian cryptocurrency exchanges were dealt another blow last week after the Supreme Court delayed a vital judgment on the validity of central bank restrictions on the payments technology.
On July 13, 2018, the People’s Bank of China released an announcement stating that individuals or entities are prohibited from refusing cash as a means of payment. As provided by People's Bank of...
With the recreational use of marijuana now legal in nine U.S. states and Washington, D.C., the market for legal cannabis is ablaze, but legal experts say the unwillingness of banks to serve the...
India’s Supreme Court has refused to stay rules banning regulated financial institutions from dealing in cryptocurrency, but experts are “cautiously optimistic” that a more favourable policy is in...
Direct involvement from the UK banking industry in gambling self-exclusion is becoming increasingly prevalent, with both challenger banks and traditional institutions now offering customers the...
Just a month after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision overturning a federal ban on sports gambling, sportsbooks are already getting up and running at brick and mortar locations in Delaware...
Norwegian authorities are pressing ahead with plans to strengthen payment blocking controls as part of efforts to crack down on offshore gambling operators.
The waters for U.S. prepaid payroll cards have calmed considerably in the past year after a tumultuous period of court cases and negative press, but experts anticipate the sector may not have...
Excitement continues for payment companies eyeing new gambling business lines as New Jersey and Delaware roll out their sports-betting markets, but challenges persist in changing the perception of...
European payments firms may soon find themselves having to make a hard choice when it comes to dealings with Iran, as conflicting approaches from either side of the Atlantic come to a head.

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