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  • Posted in: Innovating Payments

    If this year has taught us anything, it's to expect the unexpected. Even still, 2020's steady stream of change has disoriented us, upending our "normal" and creating a new operational paradigm. In fact, we've all been moving so rapidly to respond to new demands that we're in ...

  • Posted in: Innovating Payments

    COVID-19 continues to reshape our industry and consumer banking and payments behaviors. A recent FIS survey underscores this point, revealing that more than 45 percent of banked respondents stated they have changed how they interact with their bank since the outbreak of the ...

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  • Posted in: Innovating Payments

    What does blockchain mean for the financial industry? There is a  lot of talk about this thing called blockchain. It sounds interesting and even a little scary, because it seems to come with a lot of unknowns  I recently attended the " Deep Description – Regulation Nodes, ZKPs, ...

  • Posted in: Innovating Payments

    This month's news stories reflect the increasing shifts in payments in the U.S. and abroad, as the movement toward payments digitization, faster payments, and ubiquity across payment channels continues. But with that come potential upticks in fraud and a need for new ways to ...

  • How Zelle Protects Users Against Scams And Frauds With AI, Analytics — PYMNTS

    "Fraudsters are deploying tactics ranging from impersonating tax officials to selling fake PPE on peer-to-peer (P2P) payment apps amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Fighting these threats requires an equally ...
  • Fintechs Need to Learn From Banks and Credit Unions about Protecting Consumers from—PaymentsJournal

    "The New York Times published an in-depth article on fraud issues that consumers using Square’s Cash App and PayPal’s Venmo are enduring. Scammers are targeting these users and tricking them out of significant ...
  • A Pilot Is Coming for FedNow, But Some Question the Fed’s Deliberate Pace — Digital Transactions

    "The announcement from the Federal Reserve late Monday of a pilot for the FedNow real-time payments service may represent an important stage in the development of a service not expected to go live until ...