Visa Plans More Changes in Digital Payments
Visa, which just revamped its digital payment system, will introduce secure "tokens" in September to replace the 16-digit account number for online payments.
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Facebook Inc. is ending a service that lets friends send digital gift cards to each other, as the social-networking service revamps how users can buy goods and services. more »
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Franklin University, a large private university in Ohio, will use ACI Worldwide to support the college's online tuition and fee payments plan. more »
The new Visa Checkout online shopping system.
Visa will be counting on its bank partners to spread the message about its revamped Visa Checkout to consumers. more »
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David Marcus, who left PayPal to join Facebook last month.
Facebook, which hired PayPal president David Marcus to run its Messenger business last month, has shed some light on how Marcus' expertise will play a role. more »
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Nearly 80 percent of U.S. consumers responding to an online poll said they are aware that they could be using digital wallets, but not nearly as many actually do. more »
MasterCard is planting its roots deeper into mobile commerce as a growing number of rivals try to edge it out of the market. more »
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Red Pocket Mobile, a wireless company that offers contract-free phone and Internet service, is using Zipmark to allow customers to use digital checks to top up their accounts. more »
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Nintendo's Wii U video game console, which has a Near Field Communication reader built into its controller, is finally putting that technology to use to accept payment cards. more »

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