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When it comes to banking, the time has come to go completely digital. Digitizing your finances can give you complete control over your spending habits and promote a better effort on savings. Follow the simple steps below to completely digitize your finances.
For Google, the race to dominate the mobile payments industry is proving to be quite expensive. Although hundreds of millions of dollars were spent to buy digital startups to complement Google Wallet, there’s little to show for it.
Bitcoin was born for the Internet. A virtual currency with no central authority, bitcoin brings the freedom of physical money while concealing your identity for online purchases.
Believe it or not, 2013 is almost halfway over, and if you’ve been struggling to keep up with your daily tasks, workload, or finances, it’s time to get organized!
Lets face it: cash isn’t going anywhere soon. Despite many attempts by the mobile payments industry to wean consumers off their trusted paper currency, cash hasn’t shown signs of surrendering. On the other hand, cash registers are more welcome to change as major companies give makeovers to these clunky machines.
Google treads forth in its journey to find a place in the payments world. At its I/O 2013 conference, the tech giant said that Google Wallet will integrate with Gmail accounts so that users send money through a simple email. In banking, the feature is the equivalent of person-to-person (P2P) payments.
Last year, Google leaked plans to introduce a physical card that would be tied to its mobile wallet. The move was expected to help drive the adoption of Google Wallet, which has been struggling to gain traction in the world of consumer payments. Now, those plans have been put on the back burner.
Bank of America’s mobile banking user base of 12.5 million, rapidly growing at a pace of 55,000 new users per week, can expect several new features to come to the bank’s mobile banking applications.
According to comScore, there were 133.7 million Americans with smartphones in February 2013, up from 104 million one year ago. As smartphones become necessities for Americans, banks have increased their focus on mobile banking, especially mobile banking applications. It has never been easier for bank customers to manage their money on-the-go. But, not every bank
Mobile wallets are the craze now. Projects from the likes of Google and Isis venture into a new frontier in the world of consumer payments, but other companies are taking different approaches to the future of payments. One such company is making headway with a payment method that is always readily accessible: your fingerprint.
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