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By ZDNet Staff
| July 21, 2005 -- 21:03 GMT (14:03 PDT)
| Topic: Banking
Kakao Pay adds offline QR code wire transfers
Macquarie to give customers data control with new open banking platform
Commonwealth Bank selects Garmin Pay over Apple Pay
Distributed ledger start-up catches eye of credit unions, closes $3 million seed round
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