Tag: Payments

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The Rise of PayWear
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Payment Services and Money Transfer in the FinTech Space: What is Next?

The Rise of PayWear

By Jim Bulling and Elise Hamblin

Contactless payment technology has expanded beyond traditional credit or debit cards to include smart watches and phones that are fitted with “Near Field Communication” technology. Westpac is now the first major bank in Australia to embrace “PayWear” as the next development in this space.

What is “PayWear”?

PayWear allows a consumer to make payments by tapping a “Smart” accessory to a contactless payment terminal. For example, Westpac’s “Centsitive Objects” range has reimagined the traditional Debit Mastercard as an accessory. Other smaller banks have also recently introduced PayWear options for consumers, including Heritage Bank’s wearable wrist band and Bankwest’s payment ring.

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Payment Services and Money Transfer in the FinTech Space: What is Next?

By Jacob Ghanty and Tom Wallace

On 23 February 2016 our London office hosted a seminar discussing the future of payments and money transfer and the opportunities and challenges for businesses in this space, featuring talks from leading industry experts Anthony Watson of Uphold Inc. and Jean-Stéphane Gourévitch of Matchi.biz, alongside our partners Jacob Ghanty and Tom Wallace. Find a link to the audio recording and slides of the event here.

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