$142 billion by 2019 is great, but the real action will take place in the 200+ countries beyond America’s 50 states.
Forget about the future of mobile payments. Here’s what companies need to focus on now when building a mobile payments app.
Would you trust a student survey about smartphones taken in 2004?
In the real estate business they have a saying: Location is everything. The same might be said for mobile payments. Which is why it pays to know about the technology known as “Geofencing.”
This past week it was revealed that leading US-based online real-time restaurant-reservation service OpenTable will soon introduce mobile payment features to its app, allowing diners at a small number select restaurants using the OpenTable system to pay for their meals with their phones. If the announcement was in any way surprising, it was only because …
BLE is great, but no cause to write off QR or NFC.
Whatever happens in 2014, last year will go down as a time of enormous growth and dynamism in the world of mobile payments.
A dozen points of data which point to a merry mobile holiday indeed.
Mainstreaming of “cryptocurrency” speaks to growing importance of mobile payments in general