Yes, via the Kerv e-money issuer, PSI-Pay Ltd. PSI-Pay Ltd is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (register reference 900011) for the issuing of electronic money.
The Payment Ring – How do I use my Payment Ring on Public Transport?
17 Jan 2018
One of the best things about The Payment Ring is that it can be used on public transport. At the moment there is only information on how you can use it on the TFL Network. Nevertheless, this means you can use your payment ring on London buses, tubes, trams and trains. […]
The Payment Ring – Are contactless payments safe?
11 Jan 2018
Most of us tap and pay without thinking twice, but are contactless payments really safe? Although contactless payments were introduced over 10 years ago, there is still a lot of speculation regarding its level of safety. “What if my payment goes through twice?” […]
The Payment Ring – What does the Payment Ring do that your Smart Phone or Smart Watch can’t?
05 Jan 2018
Smart phones and smart watches have a huge range of functionalities. Over the years they have developed from making a simple phone call, to measuring your heart rate just through the touch of a button. In 2015, Kerv created the world’s first payment ring. Although they are completely different […]
The Payment Ring – How making payments have evolved..
05 Jan 2018
In just under a hundred years, payment cards have evolved into a Payment Ring. But how did it all start? Payment cards were originally created in the 20’s for customers of individual businesses. They could use their card to buy from that one company (what we’d refer to now as a store card). It took […]