Google preps debit card - TechCrunch

Google could soon follow Apple in launching its own branded payments card, according to TechCrunch.
The tech giant is developing physical and virtual debit cards that would be co-branded with financial services players, including Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union.
These two firms were floated in a November Wall Street Journal report on a possible Google checking account, code-named Cache.
Cache was initially expected to launch early this year but has yet to materialise and it is also unclear when the debit card could make its way into the wild.
If and when it does, the card would let users make in-person, in-app and online purchases and strengthen Google Pay, helping the digital wallet in its fight with rivals from Apple, Samsung and Facebook.

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