READ ALL ABOUT IT: PayPal Mobile Turns 10

April 15, 2016 CO-OP Financial Services

Insight Vault Week in ReviewHow Far They’ve Come: PayPal’s Decade in Mobile
PYMNTS.com
It’s been a solid decade since PayPal launched its mobile payments journey with PayPal Text to Buy. Now, with total payment volume of $282 billion over 4.9 billion payments – 29 percent of which are mobile-initiated – PayPal is only beginning its foray into mobile. What’s ahead – and what can we learn from their insights?

Future of Banking: Stop Talking, Start Improving
The Financial Brand
It’s time to stop talking about an improved customer experience – and start making the commitment and investment necessary to deliver the personalized, digital experience members want. The always-insightful Jim Marous offers his suggestions on where to invest.

Google, Apple, Facebook & Amazon: They’ve Changed Us
Let’s Talk Payments
GAFA – otherwise known as Google, Apple, Facebook & Amazon – are now directing the pace of innovation across the financial services industry, even though they have nothing to do with banking itself. How is this important shift changing financial services?

Blockchain 2.0? R3 Announces Corda Distributed Ledger
R3 Blog
After six months of development, the R3 consortium has unveiled its Corda distributed ledger platform for recording and managing financial agreements. Is this the beginning of blockchain-inspired innovations impacting the financial services space?

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