Unattended payment terminals have been among the last to see action in the U.S. migration to EMV, partly because their average low ticket values aren’t a big magnet for card fraud and operators are reluctant to plow money into new hardware in a low-margin business.

A portion of unattended terminals are making the leap directly to Near Field Communication-based mobile payments to bypass card-insertion entirely.

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