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Ensygnia CEO speaks at payments events
Off the back of presenting at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this month, Richard H Harris, Ensygnia CEO, has this week been sharing his insight at more leading industry events. 

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Samsung enter the mobile payments market with Samsung Pay
The Korean company's intentions with its newly acquired technology has now become clear. Collaborating with MasterCard, Samsung revealed its own mobile payments system simply called Samsung Pay.

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You've got mail... you've got a sale
Traditional mail is not dead. In the daunting face of the digital age, physical post still survives. In fact, it thrives. 
#mail   #email  

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Google Wallet and Softcard team up to take on Apple Pay
Nothing reconciles two former enemies than the threat of competition.
#googlewallet   #softcard  

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Ensygnia Presents Mobile Innovation at Mobile World Congress 2015
When March 2nd rolls around - you can count on Ensygnia joining the thousands of returning visitors and array of debutantes.

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Two UK banks add Touch ID to mobile banking apps
RBS and Natwest will become the first two banks in the UK to take advantage of Apple's Touch ID technology on their mobile banking apps.
#mobilebanking   #touchID  

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Contactless payment limit rises to £30
The UK Card Association has confirmed that the payment limit imposed on contactless payments will rise to £30 from £20. 

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Fast friends for Apple Pay
Apple Pay has a lot still to prove, but the traction it is gaining with partners and services is encouraging.
#ApplePay   #payments  

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Improving perception of mobile payments
The idea of using a smartphone to complete transactions is starting to permeate.

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UK shows global eCommerce leadership
UK consumers spend some £2,000 a year per head on eCommerce platforms, nearly double that of the likes of France and Germany. 
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