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Ed Busby, a former Softcard executive, wrote a blog post on what banks can do to compete with third-party providers.
A blog post by Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez argues that the customer buying experience is going backwards with chip cards.
Retailers seeking to reward shoppers can tap new loyalty program approaches to attract new customers, boost revenues and provide memorable experiences for consumers.
Zimbabwe residents recently went through horrific hyper inflation, which eventually led to the abandonment of their national currency altogether. Bitcoin could be the solution not only to Zimbabwe's problems but those of financially underserved populations in Africa.
Matt Johanson, vice president of Discover Network Operations at Discover Financial Services, sat down with Mobile Payments Today at last month's Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas to discuss the company's current view on mobile payments.
Three industry experts discuss compelling reasons and real-world strategies for moving legacy systems into the digital, omnichannel future.
Rajesh Sharma, vice president of mobile banking and payment apps from INSIDE Secure, discusses some of the areas banks need to consider when it comes to mobile payments.
Lance Johnson, the chief security office at Sequent, lays out an approach for protecting sensitive financial data stored on smartphones.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in October, and what we can learn from them.
Multiple executives at last week's Money 20/20 conference talked about the importance of user feedback when developing and tweaking products and services.
As payment services organizations continue to drive some of the biggest changes in global payments, how can companies determine which strategies will work best in the future?
Plenty of things about millennials might seem alien to Gen X-ers and boomers, but when it comes to banking, they're all pretty much the same.
A panel discussion at the Money 20/20 payments conference in Las Vegas focused on some of the ongoing issues between regulators and fintech companies.
Chase Pay, which is scheduled to debut in mid-2016, is both an in-store and in-app scheme that will give consumers the ability to pay for goods and services at MCX partners.
At Money 20/20, the card network announced a new program that will enable companies to add card credentials to devices such as automobile key fobs, smart rings and even clothing.
Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, wrote a blog post about how he sees things going down between banks and fintech startups in the future.
EMV and bank innovation also should be hot topics next week in Las Vegas, writes Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez.
The proprietary device works with smartphones and tablets running either the Android or iOS mobile operating system.
Executives gathered in Miami this week to discuss the smartphone's impact with millennials and the fast casual industry.
The ICX Symposium in Atlanta next week will feature a keynote address from three friends, executives at major brands, talking about the future of customer experience. ICX Association head Scott Slucher interviewed the trio about what to expect.