The market for peer-to-peer payments is one of the world's largest. Apps are taking over.
Venmo is on track to generate $US2 billion in annual transactions.
Despite facing increased competition, Square's valuation keeps increasing.
Two key executives from mobile payments app SumUp have mysteriously left the company.
Square just published a defensive blog post...
Khosla Ventures' Keith Rabois recently invested...
It's been a tough year for Square. The Wall...
First billion in 2012.
Silicon Valley and legacy payment companies are locked in a bottle to control the store register.
Online and mobile payments are killing cash.
Amazon may soon launch its own credit card...
Payments startup Square has been piloting a new...
The way we pay is changing.
Apps like Venmo are going to be huge.
Ingenico is rebranding to focus on non-hardware services.
Peer-to-peer payments are the last type of transaction still largely conducted with cash.
Growth will come almost exclusively from emerging markets where local competitors have distinct advantages.
Dogged by concerns over profitability, Square makes an unexpected pivot.