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MagicCube’s sTEE Secures Devices for Payments

Manufacturers of POS terminals and other vendors are waiting for final test results from EMVCo before selecting technology partners for PIN on Glass products (smartphones and tablets) and software-only payment acceptance applications. Final test results are expected in the first quarter of 2019. Software-only methods of protection for PINs will save merchants the expense of purchasing dedicated hardware capable of handling the encryption required. This move away from hardware also marks a new era in payments, one that involves tens of millions of connected devices capable of creating new no...

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December 2018
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Consumer Payment Systems in the U.S. 2017

Investments & Acquisitions—November 2018

Card Shipments: Phone, Prepaid, Transportation, Nonpayment 2017

U.S. Consumer Payment Systems—Paper, Cards, Electronic

Personal Consumption Expenditures in the U.S.

Top Credit Card Issuers by Purchase Volume & Country 2017

Mastercard & Visa Worldwide through 3rd Quarter 2018