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A Smart Wallet | MoFo Tech

A Smart Wallet | MoFo Tech | Mobile Payments | Scoop.it
Banks, retailers, and pundits are paying a lot of attention to mobile payments, which typically involve the use of smartphones and tablets to pay for purchases. But a lack of mobile infrastructure has kept the use of mobile ...
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Why a Mobile Strategy is Essential for Every Restaurant

Why a Mobile Strategy is Essential for Every Restaurant | Mobile Payments | Scoop.it

In the restaurant industry, one often hears about the importance of going mobile. But many restaurateurs, especially smaller operators, overlook mobile strategy.


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Bob Frazier's curator insight, March 10, 2014 10:39 AM

Mobile is not just for the chains, Mobile is for every restaurant and Mobile is NOW! The Mobile Revolution includes POS (mpos), payments, loyalty, online ordering, marketing offers, coupons, nutritional information, menus, maps, video, reservations and review sites.  Keep up to date on Mobile with a subscription to the free Restaurant Newsletter with the latest weekly Mobile info and articles at http://pos-advicenewsletter.com/!

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MasterCard enters seven new markets in Africa - Biztech Africa

MasterCard enters seven new markets in Africa - Biztech Africa | Mobile Payments | Scoop.it
MasterCard enters seven new markets in Africa Biztech Africa MasterCard's acceptance footprint, its network of ATMs and Point of Sale (POS) terminals, has increased significantly to reach more than 58,000 ATM locations and 438,000 POS terminals...
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Bitcoin plunges again after dark market Web hack

Bitcoin plunges again after dark market Web hack | Mobile Payments | Scoop.it

The price of bitcoin plunged again overnight after the operator of dark market Web site Silk Road 2 claimed to have lost $2.7 million in a scam exploiting a known vulnerability.


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