Mobile Wallets

Beware, Mobile Wallets Can Do Serious Damage to Your Finances This Holiday Season

A tap here and a tap there is all it takes to end up in the red. Mobile payments encourage people spend more money, according to a recent study performed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Treasury Dept. Targets Crypto Wallets in New Anti-Terror Effort

Crypto exchanges have improved their anti-money laundering compliance (AML), but the the Treasury Department’s next priority is to remind them about the looming threat of terrorist financing.

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Cryptocurrency Digital Wallets for the Unbanked and Retail Users

Cryptocurrency issuers can provide a positive coverage for the unbanked population. They can offer digital wallets to unbanked people to ultimately prevent fraud. This will also help replace outdated systems with efficient financial wallets. It is important to ensure that the updated versions are the ones that we can live with.

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Beyond Cryptocurrency: Hardware Wallets as Blockchain Infrastructure

The right kind of wallet can be used to store data and authenticate transactions beyond cryptocurrency. Hardware wallets are a significant cornerstone of cryptocurrency’s budding history. They first arrived on the scene in 2014, when a combination of circumstances ripened around their creation.

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If Mobile Wallets Functioned More Like Leather Wallets, Usage Might Get a Lift

Ever since mobile payments first captured the public’s imagination four years ago with the launch of Apple Inc.’s Apple Pay, experts have debated why usage of the iOS and Android wallets has fallen short of the original, lofty expectations.

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Deutsche Bank Unveils Loyalty-first Mobile Wallet Venture

Deutsche Bank has launched Yunar, a wholly-owned subsidiary startup that is taking a loyalty-first approach to building out a fully featured mobile wallet by initially offering a simple way to manage up to 200 loyalty points schemes and then gradually adding a range of mobile payments and banking services as adoption takes off.

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Deutsche Bank Launches Standalone Mobile Wallet

Deutsche Bank has set up a subsidiary startup called Yunar, which will gradually build out a mobile wallet offering a host of services, beginning with loyalty scheme management.

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A Path to Victory in the Payments Game

All financial institutions have some skin in the Payments Game, but who’s holding the winning hand? No matter the size or scope, make no mistake—everyone is a player in this game. Why? Because people buy a lot of stuff, and they want their payments to be a no-brainer: convenient, secure and reliable.

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The Rise of Digital Wallets: What It Means for FinTech

With up to 77% of financial institutions expected to increase internal efforts to embrace fintech innovations like digital wallets, the financial industry is set to experience incredible growth as more emerging companies partner to research and innovate, according to a 2017 PWC global fintech report.

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VIDEO: How Many Cards Do Consumers Load Onto a Mobile Pay App?

When it comes to mobile payment apps credit and debit cards are dominant but how many cards do consumers load onto a mobile pay app? According to a Mercator Advisory Group survey… This episode of Truth In Data Provided by Mercator Advisory Group’s report – The Merchant Experience About the report Mercator Advisory Group’s latest […]

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Sony Unveils ‘Multiple Application’ Contactless Crypto Hardware Wallet

The research arm of Japanese technology giant Sony announced it had created a contactless cryptocurrency hardware wallet in a press release Tuesday, Oct. 23. The as yet unnamed device utilizes IC smart card technology popular in Japan to communicate with the Bitcoin (BTC) or other cryptocurrency network.

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My Phone Is My Wallet

The future of money is in your pocket the one you keep your phone in, not your wallet. A growing portion of the worlds population is making phone-assisted transactions. Theyre using a variety of technologies, from the text-message system popular in Kenya to the seamless credit card-and-app arrangements that move money for every Lyft and […]

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