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TransCard Partners With Watch2Pay on NFC-enabled Wrist Watch

Watch2pay logo 140x60px TransCard has announced an exclusive partnership with Watch2Pay to provide the first MasterCard PayPass-enabled wrist watch in the U.S. market.

“NFC innovations are taking a number of form factors and the innovations around NFC-enabled devices will only become more prevalent as the technology becomes more mainstream. We are excited to have the exclusive partnership with Watch2Pay in the U.S. and bring this convenient and innovative offering to our FI partners,” says Craig Fuller, TransCard CEO.

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