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Public transit rollouts in NYC, Miami show huge potential for contactless

Payments Dive

Recently launched public transit trials in New York, Miami and elsewhere are showing huge potential for digital wallets and contactless cards in driving widespread adoption for mobile payments.

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Miami pushes crypto with proposal to pay workers in bitcoin

Payments Source

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez proposed paying municipal workers and collecting taxes in bitcoin, expanding a campaign to promote cryptocurrencies.

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Uber’s Gig Platform, Uber Works, Debuts In Miami

PYMNTS

And now introducing: Uber Works in Miami. The launch into Miami represents the second city where Uber Works takes root, after Chicago, two months ago. The launch into Miami represents the second city where Uber Works takes root, after Chicago, two months ago. They also disclose the pay rates tied to shifts.

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Uber’s Gig Platform, Uber Works, Debuts In Miami

PYMNTS

And now introducing: Uber Works in Miami. The launch into Miami represents the second city where Uber Works takes root, after Chicago, two months ago. The launch into Miami represents the second city where Uber Works takes root, after Chicago, two months ago. They also disclose the pay rates tied to shifts.

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Mastercard Enables Tap To Pay For Miami Commuters

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Mastercard is partnering with transportation solutions provider Cubic Transportation Systems, along with the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) to enable tap-and-go payments at Miami’s Metrorail stations, Mastercard said in a press release on Wednesday (Aug. Bravo, P.E.

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‘Catalyst’ for mass adoption: Contactless payments launch on Miami transit

Bank Innovation

Miami-Dade County Metrorail commuter transit riders will be able to wave their contactless cards or mobile payment wallets starting today, eliminating the requirement to use proprietary fare cards. It’s a nod to the growth of contactless payment use among consumers and a bet on transit as a driver for wider contactless payment adoption.

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Miami is first city to accept ‘gift’ proceeds from new cryptocurrency

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Miami this month became the first U.S. The Miami city commissioners voted Sept. city to use cryptocurrency to help bankroll its budget, but other cities may soon choose to follow if this new way of using crypto technology takes hold. 13 to accept a gift of 30% of the revenue generated from MiamiCoin cryptocurrency, valued […].

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