Jamie Topolski
Sep 25, 2020

COVID-19 pushing the U.S. to start catching up with the world on issuance and acceptance of contactless cards.

Sometimes industry self-regulation does a better job protecting consumers than government regulation does.

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Not Supported The digital movement of money from consumer to merchant to bank and back again—all in the blink of an eye—is upon us.

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The next time you look at the chip on your debit or credit card, consider this: We will soon mark the three-year anniversary of the EMV liability shift for point-of-sale transactions in the U.

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Not Supported With artificial intelligence taking off, banks find themselves in an unprecedented position to meet and anticipate customer needs.

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Not Supported With today’s fintech industry covering such a wide swath of innovation and invention, it’s harder than ever to identify specific pockets of major forward movement.

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When the senior executives at Citizens Bank of Edmond, Oklahoma first considered signing up for Apple Pay nearly three years ago, the scenario resembled that faced by other community and mid-sized banks: lots of obstacles ahead.

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The endless disruptions and revolutions in payments have done more than just taken “evolution” out of the picture: They’ve also sent the banking industry on a “wild ride.

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If you talk to your customers for any length of time, the topic of cryptocurrency invariably comes up.

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A new era in technology driven by the “Do it for Me” phenomenon is blossoming all around us—and “driven” can be taken literally, what with the advent of self-driving cars.

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Five decades after they were first unveiled in Swinging London as marvels of secure, cash-dispensing convenience, automatic teller machines are more vulnerable than ever—thanks to a wide array of attacks that include skimming devices, malware, intercepted communications, outright theft of the machines—and a new technique known as “jackpotting.

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