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Apple Pay goes UK on July 14

Different sources, for example GSM Arena, say that Apple Pay UK premiere will be on July 14. At start payments up to £20 only will be accepted for UK. Support for larger amounts is said to be supported later. It … Continue reading

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Consumer watch on mobile wallet – 2015 is the year it will happen

In a recent consumer watch report on mobile wallet by CMB in the US, the result is that mobile payment and wallet is here and 2015 is the “tipping point” for adoption and usage. Concerns? For those who used it … Continue reading

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Blog post on Apple Pay and why European launch is delayed

Attached post takes up one hinder why it’s not “as easy” to launch in Europe as in USA. It’s about the much lower interchange fee in Europe. Read blog post here I believe there is some more things that making … Continue reading

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Let’s go all-in for NFC for mobile payment in shop

In a research from Strategy Analytics by 2020, 254 million mobile users will pay with their NFC-enabled 5 times per month and at average transaction value of $9. Read more here Comment. After summer last year I didn’t beleive I … Continue reading

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Apple Pay in summary

Below is a summary of the launch yesterday. Apple Pay mobile payment    User iTunes account with Visa or MasterCard or Amex card on file and issued by issuing banks with an agreement with Apple; American Express, Bank of America, … Continue reading

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Mobile enabled commerce the next clondyke

An article that says that the next $100B startup will come from heating up mobile commerce arena. The article also sums up the already crowded space and with a US focus. Read article in Techcrunch here

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Host Card Emulation – winners and losers

The Host Card Emulation (HCE) and now launched/supported by Visa and Mastercard will be a challenge for hardware based solutions (eg. SIM, MicroSD and special memory in phone). Will be interesting to see when/how tech providers like Gemalto, G & D … Continue reading

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