Chinese visitors to Melbourne can give licensed buskers the digital equivalent of a few coins via QR code, while locals can use "tap-n-go" cards in Australia's first digital payment busker solution.
There's no Master Chief required, but Bankwest's Halo will let you become a master shopper thanks to a payment ring, requiring no power, for a novel and fun new way to make contactless payments.
Fitbit Ionic is the company’s first “true” smartwatch, and in its attempt to mimic some of the features of existing smartwatches, contactless payments and “Fitbit Pay” is on that list, with Mastercard tapping and going.
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