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.

Consumers have quickly come to expect that they can complete any task from any location—and in the last decade, that represents the most significant economic change driven by the surge of mobile technology.

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In 1967, Thurgood Marshall became the first black U.

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On this episode of the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we’re joined by payments expert Patricia Hewitt.

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In India, at least half of the population is unbanked: Remarkably, these people lack access to the convenience of electronic payments so common in the west.

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Millennials have fashioned the smartphone into a ubiquitous tool to socialize via Twitter or Instagram or Snapchat; collaborate on projects with Slack; or find and review restaurants on Yelp.

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When Darouny Bounsengsa bought her mobile phone at 17, she wasted little time diving into the digital payments world.

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When BBVA Compass rolled out its mobile check deposit service four years ago, it got a number of mostly tech-savvy customers to take photos of their checks and deposit them over their smartphones.

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