A lot of articles written in the payments industry about cash recently have usually either been in the context of a new digital-payments service like Android Pay or a new report that forecasting the death of the physical representation of money.
This fits into neither one of these categories. This is a quiz.
The quiz we did recently about the history of payments in general will look like a walk in the park compared to this quiz about cash.
Think you know when the Brazilian real was first introduced or what’s the nickname for the Canadian dollar? Then this is the quiz for you.
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The Merchant Risk Council is a global trade association that brings together industry professionals in fraud, risk and payments. The conference saw speakers from the likes of from PayU, JPMorgan Chase, Google and Santander who all took part in educational sessions and spoke about where the industry is heading.
Booking travel arrangements online has never been faster, cheaper, or more convenient for consumers. The rise of smartphones in particular has resulted in an uplift in last minute bookings, and with the younger generation driving the digital shift, travel operators need to deploy mobile-first experiences, or run the risk of being left behind.
Interview: “Not participating in immediate payments will be detrimental to a bank’s competitiveness”
This year, real-time payments are advancing in the US and Europe. Global financial services provider D+H has been working closely with the banks to help them prepare for this change. PaymentEye sat down with Moti Porath, Head of Product Management, Global Payments Solutions at D+H, to find out how the adoption of instant payments will affect the payments landscapes in these markets.
Brought to you in partnership with D+H: In a world where a global mobile network enables instant communication and delivery of online services, consumers have grown to expect immediate payments – an overnight wait for authorisation isn’t good enough. How should banks respond?