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Mobile Payments, Other Fraud More Likely to Strike the Young

March 7, 2019 By: Steven Anderson Admittedly, younger people do things somewhat differently than their older cohorts do. Balancing a checkbook or monitoring bank statements isn’t exactly high on the list.

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Mobile Payments, Debit Cards, Credit Cards New Lay of the Land at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

March 7, 2019 By: Steven Anderson We’ve seen mobile payments over the years step into a great many arenas, in some cases literal arenas.

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The Mobile Payments Market Through 2026 Projects Growth Ahead

March 5, 2019 By: Steven Anderson Sometimes it might seem like the mobile payments market is a bit stagnant. Sure, we hear about new developments all the time, and new use cases keep cropping up, but it doesn’t often seem like we see a lot of people pulling out their smartphones at restaurants or retailers.

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A Mobile Payments ETF? It Could Be a Very Big Deal

Weve been talking about mobile payments here for quite some time, tracking the various changes in the market over the years and seeing it wax and wane, rise and fall, and do pretty much everything that any mature market might do.

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DC Takes a Stab at Fintech, Mobile Payments Regulation

February 19, 2019 By: Steven Anderson The growth of financial technology (fintech), including mobile payments, has been nothing short of explosive these last few years.

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 Restaurant Customers Want More Mobile Payments Systems in Place

While weve heard plenty look at the restaurant marketparticularly quick-service restaurants (QSRs)and recommend the use of powerful and expensive new technologies, there hasnt been much information about what happens to the restaurants who actually put these technologies to use.

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Mobile Payments Heavy Stores Facing Increased Backlash

February 12, 2019 By: Steven Anderson With the concept of cashless retail on the rise, it would be easy to think that the entire market is going in that direction. That’s actually not too far from wrong, but it’s not coming without a cost.

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Could Mobile Payments Save Physical Retail?

The death of physical retail is a hand wringing refrain thats been going on for some time now. The rise of online and mobile shopping, backed up by declining fortunes at shopping malls and physical stores, is enough to make one wonder if maybe retailers can pull out of that crash via technology thats already […]

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Are Apple Pay-Style Mobile Payments Doomed?

February 4, 2019 By: Steven Anderson For a while, mobile payments were largely run by original equipment manufacturer (OEM) mobile payment systems, which is to say, payment systems that came with a mobile device. This included such things as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay, and for a while, they were really the only […]

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Grocery Stores Increasingly Turn to Mobile Payments, Self-Driving Delivery Cars | Payment Week

January 31, 2019 By: Steven Anderson We’ve seen the self-driving car become increasingly part of the last-mile delivery options set at grocery stores, and even to a lesser extent at restaurants. A new report suggests that this trend is likely to continue, and grocery stores will be leading the way.

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Microsoft Wallet Abandoning Mobile Payments Market

FX Payments Most markets experience a period of intense growth followed by a winnowing out of certain elements of the market, especially as some firms find the returns not worth the effort, or that they merely can’t compete. Mobile payments are no different, and we’re finding out that even some of the biggest firms out […]

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Target Steps Up Its Mobile Payments Presence

January 29, 2019 By: Steven Anderson For a while, Target was something of a mobile payments wasteland, not really accepting much in the way of mobile payments systems.

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