innovation

U.S. Millennials Who Mobile Pay May Spend More Than Non-Users but Still Budget and Save

An article in today’s CrowdFunder Insider suggests that young adults who use mobile payments spend more and make worse financial decisions than millennials who don’t use mobile payments.

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Mobile Payments: Getting Past the Speed Bump

After a flurry of high-profile universal mobile payment service introductions four years ago (Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay), use of the services by consumers has generally softened.

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Outdoor and Pay-to-access Security Speedgates Now Available in Australasia – Australasian Leisure Management

An access control gate designed to withstand harsh outdoor conditions and a pay-to-access speedgate that processes transactions and issues receipts are among the new products being introduced in Australia and New Zealand by security solutions provider Centaman Entrance Control. The EasyGate SPT-Outdoor is the company’s first outdoor speedgate.

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Innovation, Expansion, Digitalisation – 2018 Payments Retrospective

Before turning off the lights on 2018, join us for a quick look at some of the topics that got our attention in the online and mobile payments space We expect transactions to be quick and around the clock – that is why change and innovation are constant when it comes to technology in the […]

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Paytm, Facebook, Google, Amazon Vie for India’s $1 Trillion Payments Market

Mumbai: If you have been following the fintech journey, since the end of 2015 the next big boom was supposed to come from the lending business. However, it’s 2018 and the narrative still remains the same. The money continues to flow into credit business despite slow growth.

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Payment Innovations in 2018 and 2019 Forecast and Trends

The state of payments is constantly evolving, and this past year has brought several major trends, which will impact the direction of the industry for years to come. These major developments also point to the trends we anticipate will be the biggest drivers in payments for 2019.

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East Asia’s Reigning Chat Apps Zero in on Home Turf

SEOUL/TOKYO/GUANGZHOU — Japan, China and South Korea’s dominant chat app operators are leveraging their huge domestic user bases to dive into fields like finance and mobility, finding overseas growth blocked by American social media titans.

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What Does Amazon Go Mean for the Future of Traditional POS?

Retailers especially those in the grocery industry are competing to decrease lines and make the shoppers experience as seamless as possible.

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Google Payment Expands With E-money License From Lithuania

Google Payment, a company owned by Alphabet Inc., obtained an e-money license in Lithuania, joining a growing number of fintech firms that have secured permission from the Baltic nation to offer financial services across the European Union. The license will enable Google to process payments, issue e-money, and handle electronic money wallets.

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Conversational Banking: Cognitive AI vs. Chatbots – Bankless Times

During the past year, several major financial institutions announced new conversational banking services driven by artificial intelligence (AI). While semantically true-a person says something and a bot responds-it’s worth digging a bit deeper into the technology behind those services.

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The Needs for APAC Banks to Reinvent Themselves

Consumer banking is rapidly changing in Asia-Pacific (APAC) and banks must reinvent themselves amid changing regulations, emerging technology, elevated client expectations and the entry of disruptive competitors, according to a new article series by EY. The banking and financial landscape is quickly evolving in the region.

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Ticketek to Start Accepting Purchases Through Google Pay API

Events giant Ticketek says it will offer Google Pay Payments API, which will be available to customers on its app and website from today.

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