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What we know is that PSD2 has profound implications for the e-commerce landscape across Europe. However, the implications may reach across the Atlantic, as U.S. merchant with cross-border ambitions need to take notice.
The e-commerce market in Latin America presents enormous potential for retailers. Despite the possibilities, there are a number of unique challenges that retailers and payments companies need to be aware of before making such a commitment.
Lunar New Year has grown to become one of the most important market opportunities in the world of e-commerce. Everyone in the global payment ecosystem needs to consider this holiday shopping period as a metric for global e-commerce performance.
Bátiz-Lazo, departmental chair in Business History and bank management at Bangor University, in Wales, discussed the importance of creating a competitive advantage.
As Big Tech encroaches upon banking, some of the leading app developers in the ride sharing and food delivery space are carving out a niche for themselves in financial services. The challenge posed by these companies could have profound implications for the future of payments.
Instacoin now supports seven stablecoins — including the controversial tether — throughout its bitcoin ATM network. At its two-way machines, users can buy and sell up to nearly C$10,000 ($7,600) worth of tether a day, no ID required.
According to some economists, we've been experiencing an extended period of slow growth since the 1970s. What does this mean for the future of cash and ATMs? ATM historian Bernardo Batiz-Lazo explores the topic in his latest blog post.
The 2019 holiday shopping season proved to be a record setting season for e-commerce, and demonstrated the changing patterns in global commerce that will impact retail and payments for the future.
The growing phenomenon of direct, digital banking and Silicon Valley's entry into the payments business are posing a series of challenges to traditional banking institutions. NCR's Doug Brown explores the landscape for 2020 to determine how these trends will impact the global banking business moving forward.
As cashierless shopping becomes more popular, a stark disparity is coming to light — the underbanked are getting left behind. In this blog post, Plain Green's Guy Dilger talks about the move away from cash and how some cities are fighting back.
As a rising number of consumers use digital payments to conduct ecommerce transactions, businesses need to make sure their mobile apps are secure. Customer identity and payment information is increasingly at risk as fraud actors find new ways to compromise mobile platforms.
Billions of people do not have access to a bank account, either due to the lack of income, unstable financial markets or the lack of verifiable identification. At the same time, millions of these same people operate in major consumer markets and shop for food, apparel, household goods and gifts.
The rise of digital payments has led to a series of complex issues surrounding how to make those transactions more secure. Rapid innovation in the global payments space has created new opportunties for bad actors to expoit these new ecosystems and requires ways of thinking on how to approach the subject.
Mastercard last month challenged the industry on adopting a set of new standards on data privacy and security. Computop's founding director Ralf Gladis says the industry should take up the challenge and collectively move in a similar direction.
The cross-border payments market is increasingly complex and creates a series of challenges for ecommerce companies who need to be able to allow customers to pay in the methods they prefer.
As American Express and Discover plan to implement SRC, there are a few issues to consider regarding how this will impact your business.
Uber is a major force in the tech industry. Despite consistently operating in the red, the company commands more than 70% of the U.S. rideshare market and reached an $82 billion valuation at the time of their initial public offering earlier this year.
While Strong Customer Authentication does not apply directly to U.S. merchants, there are significant implications for retailers that have operations in Europe and gaining a SCA delegation can provide significant benefits.
The moving and storage industry can benefit tremendously from upgrading to a modern payment system that supports EMV and allows for alternative payment options.
The insurance industry needs to consider how their payments technologies match up with increasingly disruptive trends in the financial services space.