Next week FIS will become the first provider to offer fingerprint access to its Cardless Cash ATM application when it allows fingerprint authentication. The FIS One-touch CardLess Cash is revolutionary in the U.S. market.
While payment products are quickly penetrating African consumer markets they are primarily used for income dispensing by not for payments. South Africa, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Egypt have advanced in enabling access to and driving usage of different financial products including payments, lending, long-term savings or investments, and insurance.
Standing joke: Got a heartbeat and a phone and hopefully a job? – you can likely qualify for a store credit card. The largest provider of private label credit cards in the U.S. is enabling consumers to complete a card application from with a mobile phone.
The Top 5 U.S. Visa and MasterCard credit card issuers had a 64% 2014 marketshare based on U.S. Purchase Dollar Volume (PDV). Credit card king, Chase, captured 25.5% of the U.S. bank credit card market last year, more than double its closest competitor BofA.
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiatives, also known as “One Belt, One Road,” aims to create Eurasian marketplace. In China this week, MasterCard’s CEO says the Chinese initiative can be a success, not only regionally, but also globally.
The world’s biggest taxi solution for consumers and businesses, currently available in more than 30 countries across four continents is running a prefer Visa campaign. Easy Taxi says Singapore has seen the second highest daily number of cashless transactions via Visa, just behind Brazil, where Easy Taxi is operational in almost 100 cities.