GoTab, Mastercard Team for Easy Checkouts

Today in the connected economy, restaurant commerce platform GoTab works with Mastercard on a tool that eliminates the need to manually enter card details at hospitality venues. Plus, BlackBerry sees a boom in new business from its embedded automobile software operations, while a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace OpenSea works with MoonPay to allow direct credit card payments for customers who want to buy NFTs.

GoTab, Mastercard Partner to Enhance Digital Checkout

Restaurant commerce platform GoTab has joined forces with Mastercard to eliminate the need to manually enter card details at US hospitality venues. Dubbed Click to Pay, the new feature is designed to give consumers a more convenient and secure checkout experience across devices and channels. Created using secure remote commerce industry standards, the tool simplifies checkout and makes it safe to check out online without the need to recall passwords or enter card details.

Automakers Enable New Use Cases With Embedded Software

Reporting its earnings this week, BlackBerry said a large and growing proportion of its QNX business — which includes embedded software for automotive applications — comes from uses such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), digital cockpits and autonomous drive. BlackBerry marked 17 new auto design wins during the most recent quarter, including ADAS, digital cockpit and instrument cluster applications created for automakers and Tier 1 suppliers. The company’s design activities include the professional services used by the customers to design BlackBerry’s QNX software into vehicles and other Internet of Things (IoT) end points.

OpenSea Teams With MoonPay for NFT Credit Card Payments

NFT marketplace OpenSea is working with MoonPay to allow direct credit card payments for people who want to buy NFTs, a move that paves the way for investors that don’t own cryptocurrency. The partnership means people wishing to buy, sell, trade and collect NFTs can pay directly with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Apple Pay, Google Pay and other methods, without first having to convert to specific cryptocurrencies. Although debit cards are accepted as payment, users will still need to connect to a digital wallet.



About: Patient portals are now a must-have for providers — so much so that 61% of patients interested in using the tools say they would switch to a healthcare provider that offers one. For Accessing Healthcare: Easing Digital Frictions In The Patient Journey, a PYMNTS and Experian Health collaboration, PYMNTS surveyed 2,333 consumers to learn how healthcare providers can relieve digital pain points to offer improved patient care and satisfaction.

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