Financial institutions still in the mix as digital wallet uptake evolves in fits and maybe starts.
Earlier today, I opened an email window, typed in my boss’s name, cc’d firstname.lastname@example.org, and entered $5 in the subject line. I sent the email, and Square sent back a simple request for my debit card number. My boss received a similar request, he entered his debit information, and the...
Carrier-backed NFC wallet gets national rollout. No credit union involvement.
LAS VEGAS—Last year, 1,500 attended the first Money2020 innovation in payments conference. This year, 4,000 stuffed into the Aria Hotel’s meeting rooms Oct. 6-10.
LAS VEGAS —For mobile commerce to happen on smartphones it almost certainly will require one-click buying, panelists say.
Fifteen credit unions are betting the time is right for a credit union centric digital wallet. That’s why they threw their weight behind startup CU Wallet, the brainchild of Paul Fiore, founder of Digital Insight, and Kirk Drake, CEO of the Hagerstown, Md.-based CUSO Ongoing Operations.
These credit union leaders are taking a byte out of the stereotypes and making their mark in the credit union technology space.
Report disputes industry belief that consumers aren't interested in mobile wallets.
The future of digital wallets is uncertain and the earlier predictions of quick market adoption may have been proven wrong, according to some experts and credit unions using the technology.
Call them what you will. Gen X, Gen Y, Millennials or the Echo Boom. They are the next generation of consumers who have crossed the bridge from a brick and mortar world to an environment that thrives on digital interactions.