Tagged: Mobile Payment

Why smart stores don’t check out

I read this article about how future retail stores could look where we don’t even need to check out anymore. We just walk in, take the stuff that we need from the shelves and...

Nearly half of millennials have used a mobile wallet (SQ)

About 45% of millennials (those aged 18-34) have made an NFC payment, according to a Square survey of 1,000 consumers. In contrast, just 26% of adults 35 and older have done so.   The high adoption rate...

Can banks gain a share of mobile payments market?

Mobile payments are gaining momentum in the UK. Apply Pay had the initial monopoly, with Android Pay launching in the UK a year later. A week after Android Pay launched in the UK, 460,000...

Social networks and fintech: Why it pays to be mobile

Very nice article about the future of mobile payment and how mobile payment will integrate with other (social) networks. LittleMsMobile   If there was ever proof – if proof were needed – that social...

The evolution of the mobile payment

It’s anticipated that there will be more than 4.8 billion individuals using a mobile phone by the end of 2016. A recent report noted that 39 percent of all mobile users in the U.S. had made a mobile payment in 2015. This...