Tag: credit card
Coin San Francisco, CA
Coin has created a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connected card (approximately the size of a single credit card) that can store all your swipe-able cards and be used to pay everywhere cards are accepted, all in real time. Coin is a completely unique and secure device that fits seamlessly into your wallet or purse. Coin is powered by a 128-bit encryption for all storage and communication with its easy-to-use consumer app. To start, you receive your Coin card and a card-swipe dongle that connects to your smartphone or tablet and allows you to upload all your cards onto the mobile app, which then automatically stores them onto your personal Coin card. Paying with a Coin is simple: you simply toggle through your stored cards on the digital display to select the one you want to use and swipe at any card machine. Coin is accepted everywhere credit, debit, gift cards and loyalty cards are accepted. If you leave your Coin behind, it will alert you via the accompanied mobile app on your mobile phone, or if lost, Coin will disable itself.
Dashlane New York City, NY
Dashlane is the safest and easiest way to keep track of your passwords, so you don’t have to worry about remembering or losing them. Encrypt with AES-256 and store your passwords locally on your device. Autofill them for you as you browse, and log in to your accounts automatically. Save other info in your digital wallet, such as credit cards, IDs, addresses and emails. Dashlane will autofill that info for you as well, saving you time and frustration with typing. Dashlane is available free on Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets, including Kindle Fire!
Square San Francisco, CA
Square, Inc. is a mobile payments company with two applications and services, Square Register and Square Wallet. Square Register allows individuals and merchants in the United States, Canada, and Japan to accept debit and credit cards on their iOS or Android smartphone or tablet computer. Square Wallet allows customers to set up a tab and pay for their order simply with their name (or a barcode) using a stored credit, debit, or gift card.