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Financial services and collaboration key to digital identity and blockchain systems

A year-long study involving the world’s leading banks has concluded financial institutions hold the key to digital identity management. Deloitte and the World Economic Forum co-produced two reports, The future of financial infrastructure: An ambitious look at how blockchain can reshape financial services and Disruptive innovation in financial services: A blueprint for digital identity, as […]

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Deloitte partners with London startup SETL, to launch Blockchain contactless card

Deloitte, SETL and Metro Bank have completed a series of firsts this week in London. SETL has provided a contactless smartcard enabled blockchain allowing digitised payments, Deloitte exercised its blockchain ID system known as Smart Identity and Metro Bank hosted a connected client account. In an initial test, over 100 users were issued with contactless […]

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Reports point to mobile payments gaining traction

A couple of reports have been released recently pointing to mobile payments gaining traction in various markets. First up is a release by payments company Adyen’s quarterly Mobile Payments Index (MPI) that claims online payments made using mobile devices continues to rise globally and accounts for 27.2 percent of the total online payments made in […]

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2015 is the ‘inflection’ point for Mobile Payments, says Deloitte

By the end of 2015, about 5% of the base of 600-650 million near-field communication (NFC) phones will be used monthly or more regularly to make contactless in-store payments. This is still relatively niche, but a significant increase from mid-2014 when usage was at very low levels. Deloitte expects that 2015 will be an inflection […]

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EDITORIAL: From Black Friday to Christmas – How digital mobile stole the holiday shopping season

Contactless Intelligence Weekly News Review Editorial – Week 49 2014: Like it or not, holiday shopping has become the one major obsession that everybody suffers from, running, approximately, from after Thanksgiving to Christmas Day and beyond, if we count the January sales. Like it or loath it – it’s become a ‘thing’. However, according to […]

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