In the first month, PaymentEye has explored several key trends. We have covered Big Data being a game changer in the world of mobile payments, contactless technology going from strength to strength, particularly in the world of transport, and cash having too many benefits to disappear.
The infographic below contains the key payment predictions made by Ingenico and includes things such as the omni-channel strategy becoming reality, payments security continuing to be a major issue and retailers will become more interested in unattended payment solutions.
Using Ripple's enterprise blockchain solutions, Standard Chartered has completed its first real-time cross-border payment for businesses with another major correspondent bank.
Nine out of ten consumers use their smartphones more than any other device, and consumers would also prefer to use biometrics over PINs - with fingerprints being the preferred method, according to a new Mastercard survey.
It should come as no surprise that digital payment volumes are continuing to increase with annual growth projected to top 10% for the first time to reach 426.3 billion transactions, according to the new World Payments Report (WPR) from Capgemini and BNP Paribas.
Identity, biometrics, fraud, and the payments user experience were the topics discussed at TALKINGTECH’s inaugural Future of Digital Payments and Collections event this week.