Cash in the UK is in quite the precarious position as new research shows that 44% of British people are prepared to ditch notes if card payments were universally accepted. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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11th October 2016
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Dear Subscriber,

In today’s newsletter, we take a closer look at new research that suggests that nearly half of the British population are prepared to ditch cash payments if there were universal card acceptance.

Elsewhere, Vodafone’s UK customers can make contactless payments after the telco company partnered with PayPal, BNP Paribas is testing OT’s new payment card security that generates a new CVC code every few hours, and an infographic shows how mobile payments have grown and what that means for banks.

Enjoy!

Headline News
 

Cash in the UK is in quite the precarious position as new research shows that 44% of British people are prepared to ditch notes if card payments were universally accepted.

British people are ready to stop using cash
 
Insights in Focus
 

Barclays got in on the act, as did Orange, not to mention Apple, Samsung and Google – now Vodafone’s UK customers can make contactless payments after the telco company partnered with PayPal.

Vodafone and PayPal partner on contactless payments
 

This infographic, presented by SapientNitro, takes a look at how mobile payments have involved, why and most importantly what that means for banks.

The growth of mobile payments and what that means for banks (Infographic)
 

The days of having to remember the three-digit code on the back of your card may soon be over as trials of OT’s payment card that generates one time CVC codes every day have begun.

BNP Paribas trials OT's dynamic cryptogram card
 
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