Bitcoin took some bumps in 2014; what might that mean for the bitcoin ATM? Sam Ditzion of Tremont Capital Group offers his point of view.
The court not only found that the patents asserted were invalid, but also left the door open for companies subject to baseless infringement claims to bring counterclaims for damages.
The current ATM availability crisis and exchange of public blows highlight the essential nature of ATMs in today's payment ecosystem.
The government's Operation Choke Point initiative has put a stranglehold on many law-abiding businesses — including payment processors and pornographers.
Ben Lawsky, New York's superintendent of financial services, addressed the status of the state's controversial BitLicense regulatory framework.
A video journal of highlights and attendee comments from the second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.
Industry experts fielded questions at PayThink 2014 in a session dedicated to sussing out the future of the ATM.
An executive order from the president directs the government to lead the way in securing financial transactions and sensitive data — and in pushing toward nationwide adoption of EMV.
Based on its Faster Payments study, the Fed seems to be driving toward an overhaul of the US payments system, but stakeholders prefer a more incremental approach.
Patent troll ATL is offloading 28 of its ATM patents, as well as a couple more that it has pending. Here's the backstory that might explain why.