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The Money20/20 conference, which focuses on emerging payments technology, has experienced a big increase in attendees.

LAS VEGAS — With a record 7,500 attendees expected to attend the third annual Money20/20 Conference, many of them came for one key reason.

“We are all here because we feel we are getting close to key tipping points,” said Richard Fraher, vice president and counsel to the Retail Payments office at the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, and a panelist at one of the opening sessions held Sunday at the Aria in Las Vegas.

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