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CMSpi in Treasury Insider: significant change could be on the cards for European merchants

Visa Inc. is reported to be in talks to buy its counterpart, Visa Europe – a move that could create a potential setback for merchants in the fight against fees. 55 more words

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Charities: Contactless donations could be the future of collections

Contactless payment technology has huge potential to transform fundraising in an age where the use of cash is likely to decline, according to the Charities Aid Foundation and Save the Children. 506 more words

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Visa Mobile Money 2020

Visa Europe has a small video out that follows on from a review of consumer attitudes towards mobile payments in Europe.

The research focused on the following 6 European countries: Finland, France, Germany, Poland, Spain and the UK and revealed that Europe is becoming an increasingly “cash-last” society as one in four Brits expects to use their mobile phone to make payments on a daily basis by 2020, growing from the one in 12 who do so already today. 18 more words

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Apple Pay coming to the UK in July

Apple today announced that starting next month, Apple Pay will be available to customers in the UK, bringing them the easy, secure and private way to pay. 727 more words

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Visa Europe: 1 in 4 Brits to use mobile payments daily by 2020

The UK is becoming an increasingly “cash-last” (a Visa Europe pun…) society as one in four Brits expects to use their mobile phone to make payments on a daily basis by 2020, growing from the one in 12 who do so already today. 589 more words

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5 retail updates you need to know today

In today’s Retail Wrap Up we cover a vast array of stories; from the weird and whacky (did you say, smart jeans) to Instagram‘s life changing update. 392 more words

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EDITORIAL: Brits vs. Danes in “First to go cashless”

This post was first released on Monday 18th May. Contactless Intelligence Weekly News Review Editorial – Week 21 2015:

In last week’s editorial I mentioned the current Danish Government and its attempts to push future economic reforms in Denmark by becoming a cashless society. 1,142 more words

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