CardLinx member Rakuten is partnering with JR East, Japan’s largest railway to promote cashless payments. The new service will enable Japanese consumers to charge and use their rechargeable smart [...]
Facebook is planning to launch a new crypto currency for users to buy goods online. Over the last year it has been recruiting banks, payment companies and merchants to accept and facilitate the [...]
Instagram, Facebook’s photo sharing platform, is enabling consumers to tap and buy products right from the app. Checkout, the new shopping feature, circumvents traditional merchants and allows [...]
Walmart moves to integrate their digital advertising in-house, betting that by leveraging their first-party shopping data from online and offline purchases they will increase revenues and [...]
This E-Linx issue highlights industry news about calls for the break up of Facebook, Fiserv's acquisition of First Data, Google's EU fine, Visa and Mastercard's denied entry into China, and [...]
CardLinx talks with Kirsty Rankin, Mastercard's SVP of Merchant Value Proposition and Loyalty about mall, millennials and the magic of card-linking.
CardLinx announces the availability of a new open source card-linking software suite developed by Microsoft, one of its founding members. Microsoft has made the codebase for its Earn card-linking [...]