Mobile payments' security concerns less common - study

Wednesday 4 March 2015 | 09:55 CET | News
Overall sentiment around mobile payments continues to improve and security concerns about this payment method are less common, according to a study of social media conversations conducted by MasterCard in partnership with Prime Research. Announced at MWC, the study results not only show a remarkable growth in volume of conversations, but a change in both the tone and focus of the social discussion. Conversations on digital innovation and the enriched experiences delivered by mobile and connected devices drove the majority (71 percent) of social discussions among stakeholders in 2014. In 2014,

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