Forbes: FIS & Paydiant Modernize ATMs By Replacing Cards With Mobile Authentication

Using a card to withdraw money from an ATM is about to become so 20th century. FIS and Paydiant, now a part of PayPal have launched a way to access ATMs with a QR code on a smart phone, which avoids the risk of card skimming and lost or stolen cards while reducing the time standing at an ATM to a few seconds. Coming sometime in the future will be the ability to send the code to a friend or family member so they can withdraw cash from your account through a convenient ATM — a good way to provide emergency funds to a student away at university.


PayPal Stories: New SUBWAY® App Showcases Value of PayPal and Paydiant Collaboration

It’s only been a short while since Paydiant joined the PayPal family, but it’s fitting that one of the first combined outcomes of the acquisition is the signing of a merchant that Paydiant has long been working with -- Subway. Leveraging our mobile wallet platform, the Paydiant team helped to build the new SUBWAY® App, which was released in early 2015. Today, we are excited to share that PayPal will be integrated as a payment option later this year in more than 27,000 US locations.


TechCrunch: Subway Teams Up With PayPal On Mobile Payments

Ordering your food or beverages by smartphone and then paying for it via an app is quickly becoming the new normal. Starbucks already allows for this across thousands of its stores in the U.S. Meanwhile, Burger King and Firehouse Subs announced integrations with MasterCard’s MasterPass digital payment solution just this week, and Taco Bell’s own mobile ordering solution is powered by Heartland, the companies also this week stated. Now you can add one more to the mix: Subway and PayPal are working together to turn on PayPal’s OneTouch mobile checkout experience in an updated Subway app that work across the chain’s 27,000 U.S. locations by the end of the year.


Boston Business Journal: PayPal is Back on Nasdaq — But Does it Mean Anything for Boston?

PayPal, the California-based online payments technology firm, is back on the Nasdaq Stock Market this week after splitting with parent company eBay.

What does that mean for the Boston outpost of PayPal (Nasdaq: PYPL), with its approximately 200 employees? Turns out, not much.


PayPal Blog: The Opportunity for PYPL

Today at PayPal, we celebrate our listing day and mark a new beginning as an independent, publicly traded company. It’s a day filled with exciting possibilities and deep meaning for all of us here at PayPal.