The EMV Contactless Kernel Specification will both simplify and advance global contactless payment acceptance whilst enhancing security, improving transaction speeds and supporting more reliable data transmission, EMVCo’s Brian Byrne and Jonathan Main explain in this keynote presentation for Contactless World Congress.
This 14-page presentation introduces Dejamobile, a European fintech that has been at the forefront of digital payments, NFC and contactless technologies since 2012.
This 22-page white paper explains how next-generation, 100% software point-of-sale (POS) card acceptance solutions offer benefits across the retail payments ecosystem by enabling merchants to use standard, commercial off-the-shelf (Cots) NFC mobile devices to accept in-store contactless payments.
This 14-slide presentation outlines Antelop Solutions’ suite of digital payments, tokenization, strong customer authentication (SCA) and secure data exchange solutions for banks and card issuers.
ReadyToTap Payment for Merchants is a white label solution that makes it possible to provide merchants with the ability to accept contactless payments on standard NFC tablets and smartphones.
In this 10-minute product demo, CTO Zane Dawood and chief product officer Prashanth Dappula show how brands can use Tappy’s technology to enable their customers to make payments with a wide range of traditional watches, key fobs, rings and other battery-free wearables.
This 31-page presentation provides a detailed introduction to Dejamobile and its mobile wallet, tokenization-as-a-service and PSD2/SCA solutions for banks, prepaid card issuers, merchants, transportation operators and fintechs.
In this 42-minute panel discussion, experts from Timex Group, Mastercard and Tappy Technologies explore the role that wearable payments will play in driving forward urban mobility and the smart cities of the future.
In this 42-minute panel discussion, experts from Mastercard, Thales and Tappy Technologies explain how payment card credentials can be added to wearables — such as traditional wrist watches — so consumers can make secure payments with them using their choice of payment card.
In this eight-page paper Mastercard examines the current status and future potential of voice-activated commerce, asking whether the technology is ready for prime time and looking at the factors that will lead to its successful adoption.
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