A panel of government and private sector experts at Money 20/20 examined the ongoing issues between regulators and fintech companies.
On Monday, Diebold started a fracas by announcing patent infringement actions against Nautilus Hyosung. By Tuesday, it was clear that Hyosung was ready to fight toe-to-toe with its US market rival.
The annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C., included discussions about virtual currency and the role it might play in financial services.
ATMs are the latest victim in the rush to levy more taxes in the UK; the result could be machines removed and communities deprived of convenient access to cash.
Technology offers new ways for consumers to hold, control and spend their money. This summit promises to help execs get their arms around the former and meet the expectations of the latter.
Money mules are the "last mile" to launder funds gained from illegal activity — and ATMs are often their first stop.
State legislatures are imposing increasingly restrictive rules on welfare recipients — and are expecting ATM operators to police them.
Both branches of Congress have formed bipartisan caucuses focused on payment technologies and data security in the US.
Whether this is great news or just 'sort of good news' to companies paying royalties to DataTreasury might depend on their licensing or settlement terms.
Should ATM providers answer for the poor judgment of end users? A federal case in Oregon could hold the answer.