What’s new in payments.

What’s New in Payments…

Mobile payments are an excellent field for startup developmentów. One of such examplesóDiPocket mobile application is now available. An international startup with headquarters in the UK and a branch registered in Poland has just announced the availability of DiPocket to Polish usersóDiP accounts. It is an easy to use tool for managing personal finances. The account covers a wide range of functions including: payments, transfers and remittances, currency exchange, social fundraisingów orwólneless bill paymentsów. With DiPocket, the user has access to multiple financial services in one app. The application combines technological and financial solutions, making it an interesting complement or alternative to regular accountsóin banking.

Poland and the UK are the first countries in whichóDiPocket offer is available. The company also plans to enter other countries in the near futureóin Europe. DiPocket seems to have a chance in the Polish market thanks to the comprehensiveness of its offering and its mobility. It is a solution within the framework of whichóhe mobile application is complemented by foreign currency and multicurrency MasterCard payment cards. Customer fundsóThe application is stored at Bank Pekao S.A., which is supposed to ensure one hundred percent security of use.

The DiPocket application is now available for usersóDiPocket is now available for iOS and Android users. Version for Windows Mobile will be ready in the coming weeks.


Róbanks also regularly work on developing and improving their mobile offer. Polish Standard Payments has just launched a new mobileócooperation with Getin Noble Bank, which means that its customers have gained access to the mobile payment system Blik in their mobile applications. PSP’s openness to the publicóhe cooperation with other financial institutions results in the development and expansion of the mobile payment acceptance network. Getin Noble Bank has joined the group of customers whoóre makes such a possibility available in the mobile application. Blik is already used by customers of Alior Bank, Bank Millennium, Bank Zachodni WBK, ING Bank Śląski, mBank, PKO Bank Polski.

The updated application was created róparallel in dwóch versions – Getin Mobile for customersóin retail and Noble Mobile for customersóin the segmentóThe PSP has been launched in Noble and Private Banking and works on the three most popular platforms.

Android Pay in Poland

Meanwhile, Google’s announcements indicate that in the third quarter of this year. we are in for a real boom in mobile payments. Android Pay service will finally be available in Poland. ZaróBoth Google and Samsung are currently negotiating with Polish financial institutions to establish the terms and conditions of a joint ventureócollaboration.

All that remains now is to wait for a definite date for the service to enter Poland. A póThe next step will be Google Pay and Apple Pay.