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LAS VEGAS —There was a long minute when it seemed that Isis – the mobile payments platform backed by Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile – seemed to die in a first-day keynote at Money2020, the sprawling payments show where innovators flock to strut their stuff.

That near-death moment occurred when Isis CEO Mike Abbott announced he would do a live demo of a refreshed app – and absolutely nothing happened on screen.

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Abbot persevered, however, and eventually the app came to life, engendering much applause at the Monday session.

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