Ingenico Experts / Shaping the future of payment
Cash has long been king in Latin America, but e-payments are quickly picking up speed as locals are lured in by the ease of digital shopping.
Mobile commerce will account for almost half (48.5%) of all online sales by 2020
Sweden lays claims to be the most cashless country on earth, with coins and notes used in less than a fifth of transactions as everyone and everything from public transport to homeless people switch to card or mobile payments.
Researchers expect strong growth for contactless payments in the United States, despite the low adoption figures with American consumers.
Chinese consumers made mobile payments worth $5.5 trillion in 2016, compared to the US’s $112 billion market, a new study has found.
Only a quarter of Apple Pay transactions come from its native US, according to Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri.