A payments industry task force predicts 98% of eight major financial institutions’ cards will have chips by year-end 2017.
Cooperatives in California, Florida, Michigan, and Utah go live, bringing the total number of credit unions to 15.
Four more credit unions join the growing deployment list for a total of nine within the industry.
The $548M National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union latest to go live.
First Data, CO-OP and The Members Group report increases in dollar volume and transactions over last year.
The $1.8B UW Credit Union in Madison, Wis., and the $891M L&N FCU in Louisville, Ky. make Apple's official list.
Visa designates company as the only CUSO authorized to service the enrollment of credit unions in Apple Pay.
The $6.3B cooperative is the second credit union after Navy Federal Credit Union to sign on.
Only a select few credit unions get live Apple Pay this year, while others report problems meeting Apple's debit card requirement.
Read how credit unions are working to convert their cards before next October's liability deadline.