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  1. Our Tampines Hub hawker

    Commentary: Hawkers want to embrace cashless payments but say they need help tackling barriers

    Hawkers face four kinds of barrier to adopting cashless payments; government initiatives should focus on targeting a few, say two SUSS observers.
  2. Paylah on taxis

    Singapore's small merchants benefit most from mobile wallet use: NUS survey

    Researchers find the introduction of DBS Bank’s PayLah! mobile wallet in April 2017 resulted in the doubling of the use of mobile payments.
  3. GrabPay among e-wallets that can gain access to FAST

    Opening up inter-bank system FAST will spur innovation, create better services: Experts, fintech firms

    Consumers can expect greater convenience and more innovative e-payment services when non-bank players get direct access to FAST, experts say.
  4. DBS ATM

    OCBC poll shows 2 in 3 SMEs likely to go cashless by 2023

  5. Top up ez-link card with Android phone

    ‘We are slow’: EZ-Link CEO on shortcomings, and going digital to stay relevant

    Mr Nicholas Lee says efforts to modernise the e-payments provider have been hampered by legacy infrastructure, but he is confident EZ-Link will ...
  6. Paynow app (low res)

    CPF members can receive lump sum withdrawal via PayNow: Vivian Balakrishnan

  7. Bucket Technologies co-founder Daniel Kam

    This start-up wants to get rid of all your coins

    Co-founder Daniel Kam says his start-up hopes to introduce its "digital piggy bank platform" to Singapore by "mid- to end-2018".
  8. Singapore night skyline

    Commentary: A clear path to transforming Singapore’s financial services sector

    Nanyang Technological University’s Woo Jun Jie examines what lies ahead in the path to realising Singapore’s global financial centre ambitions - ...
  9. cashless sg 5

    In Singapore, the race to dethrone cash as king of payments, with lessons from China

    Hawker centres are shaping up as the battleground for a raft of mobile wallet providers working to introduce improved plans.