Monthly Archives: July 2013

Where In The World Is ISIS Wallet?

Comment – Where In The World Is ISIS Wallet? | PYMNTS.com. A good and detailed story about the ISIS journey so far and status three years after release. Still in kind of pilot and with the service available in two … Continue reading

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Comparing mobile payment – central Europe vs. south east Asia

Large banks has started to launch mobile payment services (before all where trials and pilots). I see big differencies in how they do it. Below are an example comparison between a large bank in central Europe that recently did a … Continue reading

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Even telco’s says SMS is not secure

I have meet very many banks and mobile network operators in discussions on secure mobile authentication and how to secure digital transactions. Seldom they admit that SMS is insecure (especially not mno:s). In Australia the three big mno’s last year … Continue reading

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Polish banks in unique cooperation to set the standard for mobile payments

Today six banks in Poland announced a cooperation to set the standard for mobile payment in the country. The banks are Alior Bank, Bank Millennium, Bank Zachodniego WBK, BRE Bank (mBank, multibank), ING Bank and PKO Polska Bank. Together these … Continue reading

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Safaricom takes next step with M-PESA agressively targeting merchants

Safaricom has launched Lipa na M-PESA, an extension to it’s successful mobile money service M-PESA. With the new service consumers can buy goods and services at Merchants accepting this payment method. Safaricom’s agressive target is to get 100 000 merchants … Continue reading

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