Posted on 18 March 2014 by
There’s no doubt that EMV credit cards are finally making their way to the United States. It’s almost become old news that all of the major credit card issuers in the U.S. have begun issuing EMV cards to a portion of their customers and are steadily working towards converting all of their cards to EMV. […]
Posted on 15 February 2011 by
Every Mobile World Congress has a buzzword – more often than not an acronym – and this year it is likely to be NFC – Near Field Communication.
Posted on 09 July 2013 by
As part of our blog series, The Truth about EMV, we’re discussing some popular misconceptions and myths surrounding EMV payment technology. Earlier this month we discussed the fundamental question, is EMV coming to the United States or not? The answer was a resounding yes, EMV is well on its way to becoming a dominate payment […]
Posted on 27 February 2014 by
The way that we make credit card transactions is going to change as EMV cards become more common (those are credit cards with a chip). In the U.S. we’ve become accustomed to making a credit card transaction with a swipe. But EMV cards aren’t swiped. Instead, they are “dipped” into the payment terminal, and left […]
Posted on 25 November 2011 by
It’s official. NFC is here; but how many people know it? We commissioned Opinion Matters to carry out research that highlights the need for consumer education on NFC – or to put it correctly: Near Field Communication, as only 32% of consumers know what NFC actually stands for, while one third of respondents worry about using a mobile wallet for security reasons.
Posted on 15 July 2020 by
From the card body, to the delivery of a working credit card – we look at how traditional banking processes are becoming greener.