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X1 Visa Signature Card

A startup company has launched a consumer credit card with the expectation it will generate most of its revenues from interchange and partnerships with merchants, a tactic more like buy now, pay later (BNPL) companies than issuers that pursue revolving credit outstandings. X1, which is promoting a Visa Signature card, has signed deals with affiliate networks to promote brands including Sephora, Wayfair and in its app. When cardholders make purchases, X1 receives revenue as a distribution partner, which it then shares with cardholders in the form of higher (10X) reward points vers...

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October 2021
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U.S. Payment Cards Projected—2020 vs. 2025

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Purchase Volume

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U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Total Volume

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Total Transactions

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U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Cards

Commercial Bank Credit Cards in Canada—Mastercard and Visa

Commercial Bank Credit Cards in Canada—Cards by Product

POS Terminal Manufacturers—Other POS Devices Shipped in 2020

Investments & Acquisitions—September 2021