Internet search giant Google is one of those tech companies that has a super diversified portfolio and it seems that the next product that the company is gearing up to include under its umbrella is a debit card. Two separate reports seem to give more details about that. First, a report by TechCrunch reported that the company is developing both physical and virtual debit cards that will come co-branded with different banks such as Citi or Stanford Federal Credit Union. The report claims that this card will be linked with a Google app — allegedly Google Pay — that will keep a track of all the purchases they do with the card. The report even claims to provide a look at what the card may appear to be as it states it may not be the final design. The card is said to contain a Visa chip even though it may come with support for MasterCard as well. As per the report, users will be able both add and transfer money from their account using Google app by enabling a fingerprint and PIN for account security. After the Google card is connected to a bank account, the report claims that… Read full this story
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