Tuesday , July 17, 2018

Mobile Wallets

Worldpay Tests Dynamic CVV Cards in Anticipation of Broader Availability

Worldpay Inc. is adding another tool for financial institutions in their efforts to curtail the pricey and nuisance-laden aftereffects of rampant data breaches. The company’s solution comes in the form of credit and debit cards that use a dynamic card-verification value. Cincinnati-based Worldpay is testing the Motion Code-enabled credit and …

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USAA Sues Wells Fargo Over Remote Deposit Capture Patents

USAA, the big insurance company and bank serving current and former military members and their families, filed a federal lawsuit Thursday accusing Wells Fargo Bank of infringing on four of its mobile remote deposit capture patents. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Marshall, Texas, asks for unspecified damages. …

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A New Report Delivers a Cold Dose of Reality on ‘Frictionless Payments’

In the United States, at least, mobile wallets and contactless transactions in general have been a hard sell, but now research results issued Wednesday indicate so-called frictionless payments may themselves hold less attraction for consumers than many had thought. Apps that allow users to set up a payment method and …

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Eye on Online Payments: Paysafe’s New Cash Option; Apple Pay Tests Order-Ahead Feature

Cash-oriented consumers are getting another option to shop online with the debut of Paysafe Group’s Paysafecash. And Apple Inc. recently tested an order-ahead feature for Apple Pay, according to a news report. London-based Paysafe , which Monday closed it deal to buy U.S. merchant acquirer iPayment, says Paysafecash is already live …

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Generation Z Emerges With a New Way of Thinking About Payments

Generation Z is about to become a major force in financial services and payments, and that will change how payments providers market their services to them. That assertion, in the “Technologies Influencing Generation Z Payments Adoption” report released this week by Javelin Strategy & Research, is based, in part, on …

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Will A Wider Array of NFC Functions Help Boost Apple Pay?

Ever since Apple Pay launched in the fall of 2014, observers have questioned why the mobile-payment service hasn’t caught on with consumers. One possibility is that the service’s contactless capability remains foreign to most consumers. That could change next month, when Apple Inc. is expected to widen the range of …

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Ingenico Device Wins a Google Certification and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 5/29/18

In an effort to help modernize New York City’s taxi fleet, Curb Mobility has introduced two new tablet initiatives, Dash and Ryde. Dash is a tablet-based digital meter, while Ryde is a customer-facing tablet that links to the Dash meter and provides in-cab entertainment. The new services add to Curb’s …

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The Four Big ‘Pays’ Dominate Mobile Payments, But for How Long?

In four years, the Starbucks mobile-payment service, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay, will continue to garner large shares of users, but not as much as they do today. That’s the forecast from research firm eMarketer Inc., released Tuesday. Of the four major mobile-payments services, Starbucks Corp.’s app will …

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Eye on Transit: How Payment Convenience Could Boost Ridership; DART Updates Mobile App

It’s easy to see how convenience in the form of longer service hours and lower fares might increase ridership on public transportation systems, but new survey results show that mobile apps that combine various transit options, including payments, could also boost ridership. London-based mass-transit software developer Masabi Ltd. recently released results …

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Ticketing App Atom Tickets Adds Landmark Theatres to a Stable of Major Movie Chains

The movie-ticketing app Atom Tickets has struck a deal with Landmark Theatres, said to be the country’s largest exhibitor of independent films, to add the company’s 53 theaters and 255 screens in 27 markets across the country. The deal will boost Atom Tickets’ coverage that includes more than 20,000 screens …

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