ACG showed its ballast-free LED ATM keyboard light at the ATMIA US 2012 Conference. The LED solution uses significantly less energy than a traditional fluorescent fixture, is noise-free, and may require only a couple of service calls over the life of the ATM. Also shown: ACG's new card-security device.
Part of Diebold's mobile banking suite, the card-lock feature allows customers to lock and unlock their ATM cards with a text message. Diebold product manager Balaji Devarasetty explained how it works to editor Kim Williams.
Wincor Nixdorf's new user-interface gives customers the option to explore and print/email numerous functions and data.
Rob Evans demonstrates the tablet-style interface of the Monimax ATM from Nautilus Hyosung, which can capitalize on the increasing popularity of mobile payments and banking.
Charlie Jung, CEO of Nautilus Hyosung America, describes his company's focus at BAI as well as what's ahead in 2012.
Regular readers of Counting On Currency will know that I am committed to the future of hard currency. This does not mean however, that I am not interested in virtual currency.
One particular form of virtual currency that has my attention is BitCoin.
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BitCoin is a peer-to-peer (computationally speaking) digital currency. It is created by the user, in a controlled and secure fashion. It is given value only by the user and is backed by the asking price (perceived value) of the item for which it is used to purchase.