The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a space within the global technology ecosystem that continues to produce some of the world’s most innovative devices. And it’s beginning to impact markets at all levels.
When just 27 percent of all transactions are made in cash (and falling), is there much of a future for notes and coins?
Technological advances have led to consumers demanding increasingly flexible solutions in the payments space whether that’s online or in store.
Predicting the future for the payments industry is tough. There have been many articles published to date, most predicting mobiles and other wearables will be the way to pay by 2020. But are they right in saying this?
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are arguably where the news hype is at, but as sage commentators will tell you, digital money isn’t the truly big deal with blockchain.
More and more businesses are making the call to go totally cashless, and it totally makes sense.
Remember QR codes? Those things marketers wanted to force on an uncaring public? They may be on the way back, and it says a lot about mobile payments.
You know something is changing when parents are talking Bitcoin over a playdate with the kids. Cryptocurrency is gaining mainstream awareness.