P2P Payments: Financial Institution vs. Third-Party Digital Solutions
- Date:February 12, 2014
- Ronald Mazursky
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P2P Battle for Access to Core Account Relationships Is Heating Up
P2P payments is not a new concept but an evolving one. Started as a paper-based payment solution, it is morphing into a clean, digital payment method. With such no-fee disruptors as Venmo and Square, Cash, we are now seeing the next move into ultrasimple customer interfaces and social media.
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