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The State of Payments: 2014

CarolCoyeBensonOver on PaymentsViews.com, Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson takes a look at where we are in payments as we enter 2014.

What a year it has been! Twelve months ago, there were still people in our industry who didn’t know what Bitcoin was. There were still people who believed that EMV would roll out in the U.S. just like it did in the U.K.

In a post titled "The State of Payments: 2014", Carol writes about the six key themes "that describe both the current state and the innovations that matter" - Chaos, Embedded, Open, Easier, Faster and Secure.

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