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Navigating the Mobile Payments Landscape

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stiQRd CTO Mike Hoffmeyer's presentation on mobile payments, given at MobileCamp Memphis in May 2011.

stiQRd CTO Mike Hoffmeyer's presentation on mobile payments, given at MobileCamp Memphis in May 2011.


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  • Paypal’s move to enter POS and mobile
  • iOS/Android app, conceptually similar to Paypal but focuses on mobile
  • Trials in Salt Lake City in early 2012Originally a "Visa/MC killer", recently dialed back amibitions
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    • 1. Navigating the Mobile Payments Landscape
    • 2. What’s here NOW
      Visa makes a strategic investment in disruptive mobile payments startup Square
    • 3. What’s here NOW
      Sprint signs up for BillToMobile’s Carrier Billing Service
    • 4. What’s here NOW
      Paypal acquires mobile startup Fig Card
    • 5. On the horizon
      American Express announces ‘Serve’ mobile payments service
    • 6. On the horizon
      Google enters the fray, partners with Mastercard, Citibank, and Verifone
    • 7. On the horizon
      Microsoft to offer NFC mobile payment system on WP7 mobiles
    • 8. Technologies
      NFC
      Direct Carrier Billing
      Software based payment services
    • 9. Conclusion
      Emerging technologies vying for market share
      Much hype, but mostly unproven