Daniel Wolfe is editor in chief at PaymentsSource and a contributing editor at American Banker. He was previously tech and risk management editor for American Banker. He has also been American Banker's editor for technology, cards and payments and its technology reporter. He has a master's degree in print journalism from Boston University's College of Communication and a bachelor's degree in English from SUNY Binghamton.
The information you need to start your day, from PaymentsSource and around the Web. Today: iOS personal photo security could protect payments; McDonald's in Singapore installs lockers for smartphones; Did North Korea hack a bank? Kazakhstan plans a virtual currency/Fintech hub.
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