For all of the issues that may concern consumers about using mobile wallets in their everyday lives, perhaps one of the most disconcerting is the possibility of losing their smartphone
Backers such as Visa, MasterCard and Discover are all acting in support of the project.
While the role of government arguably hasn’t changed much in the past decade, the way it serves people has.
Mobile devices have added convenience and simplicity to people’s lives by letting them access utility services, entertainment and the communication abilities inherent to phones.
As revolutionary as eCommerce was nearly a decade ago, between the rise of free delivery, massive online auction sites and Internet book retailers, it is due for another change.
The new era of sharing also has drastically reduced the amount of privacy that people have.
Changes in the flow of business, government and finance have led naturally to an evolution in currency and the way that people do their finances.
Changes in the digital landscape mean that people are increasingly using their personal information online.
The weakest points on almost any safe are almost always the lock and door – or online, the password.
Password fatigue troubles users across all industries and markets. However, identity authentication should be easy and convenient.