Weekly DCB and payment market update (#52)

In this week’s DCB and mobile payment market update, we have curated the following articles for you.

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Online security and fraud prevention

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Innovation and “out of the box” thinking

Elevating Digital Payments For a Cashless Future in Africa (By Akshay Grover)

COVID-19 has propelled the adoption of digital payment platforms for millions of people across the African continent. The need for contactless methods of making transactions, transformed what was once a nice-to-have into a necessity. 

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How to Boost E-commerce with Digital Payments

Since the humble beginnings of the Internet, e-commerce has come a long way. We are already witnessing a new industry that does not only exist alongside traditional brick-and-mortar stores, but which has the potential to virtually replace them in the near future.

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Use cases

INTERVIEW Billing trends: where DCB goes next with Kevin Dawson

In series of interviews about key telemedia areas, we talk to Kevin Dawson, CEO of Dynamic Mobile Billing about how payments have changed over the past 18 months and where they go next

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Market outlook and development

The state of the payment industry: the future of payment cards is biometric

The payment industry is going through a rapid period of technological transformation. From challenger banks to AI-assisted savings apps, we’ve already seen technology enhance the payment sector in many areas. Now, the trusted payment card is the next everyday item set to get a technology update.

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Bargeld, Karte, Smartphone: So bezahlen die Deutschen

Wie eine Umfrage des Meinungsforschungsinstituts YouGov ergab, sind Zahlungen mit Bargeld in Deutschland nach wie vor sehr beliebt. Mehr als ein Drittel der Befragten bevorzugen Cash gegenüber bargeldlosen Alternativen.

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Für eine Sache nutzen nur die wenigsten ihr Handy

Das Handy ist aus unserem Alltag nicht mehr wegzudenken: Wir nutzen es, um mit anderen in Kontakt zu bleiben, Termine zu vereinbaren, Erinnerungen zu erstellen oder einfach als alltäglichen Zeitvertreib. Doch für eine bestimmte Sache verwenden es viele (noch) nicht. Bisher ist Zahlen mit dem Handy kaum verbreitet in Deutschland.

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