Loyalty could attract US millennials to mobile payments

Tony Rose, the director of mobile product management for Vantiv, discusses how rewards might be the best way to attract this demographic to use their smartphones to pay.

Creating loyalty, engagement and influence through mobile payments

Talbott Roche, the CEO and president of Blackhawk Network, discusses some ways smart brands are leveraging mobile payments systems through branded value to influence consumers' choices, generate engagement and create loyalty.

Cardless cash transactions: What's in it for consumers?

A lot, actually. Which is why the ATM industry has seen a steady stream of rollouts this year — not only by financial institutions, but also by independent players.

Samsung Pay first 'Pay' to add system-specific rewards program

Samsung Rewards is structured like a typical credit card rewards program with a few bonuses here and there.

Kickstarting mobile payments in the Middle East

Srinivas Nidugondi, the senior vice president and head of mobile financial solutions at Mahindra Comviva, examines the state of the industry in this region of the world.

Here comes Citi Pay

Citi is the latest financial institution to come to the market with a digital wallet service.

Talking With: Samsung's Haley Kim about Samsung Pay, merchant collaborations, market competition

Mobile Payments Today recently spoke with Samsung about everything Samsung Pay.

The end of payments as we know it

André Stoorvogel, head of marketing at Rambus Bell ID, provides us with his thoughts on the industry after another Money20/20 conference.

Mobile Payments Today: October's best reads

It's time for a look back at October's most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today.

Mobile gift rewards can have an impact this holiday season

Theresa McEndree, vice president of marketing at Blackhawk Engagement Solutions, discusses how retailers are beginning to leverage egifts for more than just products to sell and are incorporating them into reward and rebate programs

Can Twitter make bitcoin easier to use?

It is no secret that bitcoin has problems gaining a mainstream audience, but one company has attempted to solve the issue by allowing users to send bitcoin via Twitter.

Card networks transform into tech companies

Executives from the card networks gathered in Las Vegas this week at the annual Money20/20 conference to discuss their roles as innovators in today's payments industry.

Can Kohl's help mobile payments get off the launch pad?

Tim Spenny, from GfK Research, believes consumers will gravitate towards Kohl's Pay and make it a success.

Financial services industry waits on US presidential election

With this wacky and wild U.S. presidential election season near its end, some executives in the payments industry wonder how the result will affect financial regulations going forward.

Apple Pay's tenuous role in a cashless society

Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines Tim Cook's recent comment about a cashless society and mobile payments.

Visa Direct expands reach for real-time, card-based P2P and funds disbursement

Visa is putting extra focus on making real-time payments ubiquitous as the card network Friday added several partners to bolster Visa Direct.

Talking With: Elavon's Guy Harris discusses EMV, mobile payments, security

If you really want to get an idea of what's going on in the payments industry, it's probably best to speak to a transaction processor because they've dealt with it all, and then some.

CFPB, EMV, mobile payments sure to dominate this year's Money 20/20

The annual Money 20/20 conference starts Sunday, which means we're about to be hit with a lot of payments talk next week.

If Hispanics drive emerging payment tech trends, the industry needs to take note

Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez takes a closer look at Bank of America's Trends in Consumer Mobility Report that reveals Hispanics are avid users of mobile for banking and payments.

Bitcoin and mobile payments share some growing pains

Bitcoin and mobile wallets have the same issue essentially. While they are interesting tools, most consumers don't see a reason why they need to use them.

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