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It's time for a look back at April's most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today.
Mobile identity verification is a topic that the industry often overlooks, but Michael Hagen from Mitek shares some thoughts on why it's important for certain merchants.
Robert Brodie, co-founder and CTO of SUMO Heavy, examines some of the issues that are preventing mobile payments from really catching fire.
For the time being, most US FIs are relying on texted codes to offer their customers a cardless ATM option; by implementing NFC as well, Wells Fargo is getting a jumpstart on future interoperability.
Robert Capps, the vice president of business development at NuData Security, believes banks need to provide more responsive mobile experiences and do so by going beyond what he thinks are passive biometrics and behavioral analytics.
With the DD Perks Rewards program, guests earn five points for every dollar they spend on qualifying purchases at Dunkin’ Donuts when they pay using an enrolled Dunkin' Donuts Card, either plastic or via the Dunkin' Mobile App.
NCR believes it is at the forefront of the ongoing changes we see in omnichannel, whether it's at a bank or retailer.
The actual process of mobile ordering for consumers is simple. But picking up your order at a restaurant can be a little shaky at times.
Gerri Kordes, chief business officer at Fortumo, believes the growing mobile population in the region is a good opportunity for operators there to take advantage of the growth.
Alex Lirtsman, founding partner and chief strategist at Ready Set Rocket, how today's startups are pushing traditional banks to find new ways to stay relevant to the ever-evolving consumer.
Richard Buckle, founder and CEO of Pyalla Technologies LLC, wonders how comfortable he'll be without a physical wallet in his back pocket.
Banking giants are moving toward the blockchain at an increasingly aggressive pace. But, are they right for the blockchain? Will their efforts translate into apps? What does it mean for the bitcoin industry?
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in March, and what we can learn from them.
One security expert gives his predictions about what we'll see in this industry going forward.
Some 42 percent of retailers have yet to update payment terminals to be EMV compliant.
With its new ad campaign and tagline ('It's all the change you need'), Visa Europe takes a stab at 'coin-shaming' Brits into making more contactless payments.
A media report recently revealed a potential plan for Facebook to add an in-store mobile payments option to Messenger. This could be another step in the company's plans to introduce a digital wallet.
Michael Bruemmer, from Experian, examines the issues the payments industry still faces when it comes to data security.
Lahary Ravuri, group manager of product marketing and strategy for Adobe Systems, examines how FIs can use mobile to improve their client interactions and build loyalty.
Mobile-ATM functionality is here, but some of the details will have to catch up before it's all interoperable and safely tokenized. And at this point, we're not even sure owns the PAN.