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Consumers Were Much More Likely to Shop with Mobile Devices Online Rather than In-Store This Black Friday

Although mobile eCommerce sales accounted for $1.2 billion on each Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consumers shopping in-store were much less likely to pull out their smartphones. According to one payment processor, just 0.6 percent of brick-and-mortar retail transactions in the U.S. on Black Friday were made with a mobile wallet. According to data from

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Mobile Wallets are Moving to the Web Browser with Implications for eCommerce and mCommerce

Both Apple Pay and Android Pay are bringing their mobile wallets to the web browser, adding both security and convenience to mCommerce and even computer-based eCommerce transactions. Consumers will be able to use Apple Pay within the Safari web browser this year, while Google recently released their PaymentRequest API for initiating payments completed via Android

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Apple Pay Adoption Moved Slow, but 2015 a Big Year for Mobile Payments Overall

Apple CEO Tim Cook may not have had the year he was hoping for after saying that 2015 would be the year of Apple Pay, but it was a strong year for mobile contactless payments overall marked by increases in adoption and mobile payment volume, several more players entering the arena and multiple partnerships, acquisitions

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Mobile Payment Volume at the Point-of-Sale Will More Than Double in 2015 and is Expected to Grow by More Than 200 Percent Next Year

According to a new forecast from eMarketer, U.S. mobile payments at the point-of-sale, including NFC, QR codes and other methods, will grow from under $4 billion in 2014 to nearly $9 billion this year before really taking off in 2016 when mobile contactless payments are expected to exceed $27 billion. The number of mobile proximity payment users in

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Samsung Pay and CurrentC Grow Their Reach with New Partnerships

One of the more difficult and most important aspects of building a successful mobile wallet is ensuring that consumers can use it with the payment cards and mobile devices they want to use. By forming agreements with fourteen major card issuers and Verizon Wireless to support their mobile wallet, Samsung Pay as greatly expanded their

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In-Store Mobile Payments Forecasted to Reach $54 Billion by 2019, Online Mobile Payment Volume Will be Three Times Larger

Javelin estimates that the mobile payment volume for in-store purchases in the U.S. will grow more than tenfold, from $4 billion in 2014 to $54 billion in 2019. However, its mCommerce transactions, those made online either via mobile web browsers or apps, that dominate consumer mobile payments in the U.S. today, representing 95 percent of

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Growing Mobile Traffic Underscores Importance of Mobile Friendly Sites and Apps

According to data from comScore, 13 percent of U.S. Internet users that visited retailers online did so only using mobile devices, including both mobile web and mobile apps. Meanwhile nine out of the ten largest online retailers in North America are seeing at least one-third of their digital traffic in the mobile channel, and at

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Two More Social Sites Add Buy Buttons to their Platform

Social sharing sites Pinterest and Instagram each announced new features to reduce friction and convert more users into customers by adding buy buttons and other calls-to-action directly within advertisements or posted content on their respective mobile apps. Rather than follow links to start checkout directly on a merchant’s site, users will be able to make

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The Mobile Payments & Fraud Survey: 2015 Report is Available Now

The Fraud Practice, Kount and CardNotPresent.com have once again teamed up to bring you the third annual Mobile Payments & Fraud Survey. The 2015 Survey Report is now available and David Montague, Founder of The Fraud Practice, will discuss key findings along with Rich Stuppy, COO of Kount, and Steve Casco, CEO of CardNotPresent.com, during

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