FIs have an edge in a bid for mobile wallet loyalty due to their trusted provider status. For those that have been late to the party, now is the time to capitalize on this advantage.
That's what one industry executive declared during the first day of the annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.
At the ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit next week, panelists will argue for and against the death of money; the state of cash in the U.K. today offers talking points for both sides.
Card issuers and merchants have engaged in a two-year standoff over who should be first with EMV. But a month from now, it'll be a moot point.
Those needing to update their infrastructure to support EMV might be befuddled and confused by chip and signature, but wrongdoers have it all figured out.
There are umpteen mobile wallets in the marketplace angling for customer loyalty (and marketing data). Here are seven contenders to keep an eye on.
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.
What is particularly scary is the sheer number and value of transactions being processed today.
With the launch of what they believe to be the nation's first cash recycler in New York City, Elan and Hyosung say the US market is warming up at last to the cost-saving device.
Picture this: MasterCard is piloting a security scheme that will approve bankcard purchases with a selfie — and a blink.