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.

Current payments systems are more sophisticated than their predecessors, with more functionality, higher transaction volumes and continuously operating, open environments.

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Despite all the excitement around mobile payments and mobile wallets, consumer adoption has been disappointingly slow.

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It’s not a challenge that will dissipate anytime soon: banks’ never-ending efforts to balance security and convenience.

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The level of fraud protection afforded to a business when conducting a transaction is very different from the level of protection offered to consumers.

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We read a lot about digital wallets these days – particularly in the wake of 2014’s Apple Pay announcement.

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Last year, as the Federal Reserve was preparing for its long-anticipated first monetary tightening in nearly a decade, the conversation began to focus on the generation of bankers whose concept of “normal” consisted of short-term interest rates near zero percent and holding steady.

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2015 was a transformative year that forced the incumbent financial services industry to react to several developments in payments, including disruptive innovations from non-bank financial technology (FinTech) competitors, a frenzy of mobile wallet announcements from tech titans and continuing excitement over the blockchain as a threat to traditional finance models.

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New research from Fiserv reveals consumers value choice when it comes to billing and payments – and these choices lead to increased customer satisfaction and retention.

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The October 1 deadline came and went for merchants to accept new chips cards – also known as EMV cards – and the payments world remains much the same.

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