myPOS, one of the fastest growing European payment providers was handed the Best POS Innovation/POS Software Payment Applications award for 2019 by the Merchant Payment Ecosystem (MPE) at a Gala Dinner ceremony in Berlin last night.
In 2008, 83% of people still owned a basic feature phone that was used almost exclusively for text messages and phone calls. A relatively short ten years later, and 78% had bought a smartphone that allowed them to surf the internet, play games, watch video, and far more. That same revolution is now beginning to play out in Point of Sale (POS) technology.
The service, first developed in 2016 as part of the online checkout integrations, has been improved to ensure seamless in-app integration. The myPOS in-app payments gateway accepts the most popular card schemes – VISA, Mastercard, UnionPay International, JCB, Bancontact – and will onboard more in the coming years.
Fintech entrepreneur Christo Georgiev, founder of European card and online payments provider myPOS, has announced his plans for new store expansion in Europe, set to begin in 2019. The company has had a busy time recently, launching a store in Milan and announcing further collaborations with Bancontact, JCB and iDEAL.
When Christo Georgiev was choosing a headquarters for his FinTech firm myPOS his shortlist had only one name on it: London. Christo is clear about the reasons for his choice: “Europe really has no answer to London, which is by some margin the most attractive city for a FinTech startup to locate in today….”
myPOS, the London-based payment services provider, has today announced a raft of new senior hires and promotions. The announcement comes as the e-money business revenue passed €1.2 billion for the calendar year to date, representing 92% growth year-on-year. Andrew Byrne, the business’s e- money payments expert, has been promoted to Managing Director from his former…
JCB International, Co., Ltd. (JCBI), the international operations subsidiary of JCB Co., announced the rollout of JCB Contactless* acceptance with iCard, a licenced electronic money provider and myPOS Europe Ltd, an FCA Authorised (London) electronic money institution. iCard is the acquirer of the transactions behind the myPOS Service and the combined deal facilitates the acceptance of JCB’s branded contactless payment solutions, JCB Contactless, with merchants across Europe.
To bring its products and services closer to local small and medium-sized businesses, European payments provider myPOS will be opening a new store in Spain on November 15. The Barcelona location will provide live demonstrations and hands-on experiences to customers, the company said in an announcement.
myPOS is thrilled to announce that it expands the tools available in its online marketplace integration by partnering with iDEAL – an innovative payment solution which allows customers to pay for items and services by directly linking their bank account, circumventing the need for inputting credit card information.
Christo Georgiev, fintech entrepreneur and founder of myPOS, has confirmed his intention to open two new flagship stores in major European cities by the end of the year. The opening is part of an initiative to bring the product closer to potential customers, giving them a hands-on experience and a live demonstration of what myPOS has to offer.