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July 20, 2011

June 07, 2011

FaceCash Wallet Now Supports Both NFC and Barcode

Facecash logoThink Computer Corporation announced that it has added NFC support to its FaceCash Wallet mobile application on the Android platform, making FaceCash "the first payment system to support both barcode and NFC-based communication at the point of sale."

January 05, 2011

December 20, 2010

December 01, 2010

Mobile Payment Videos We Like

GP Logo Horizontal-140px.pngCurious about mobile payments, but tired of reading the small print? Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson has compiled a collection of how-they-work videos. Included are videos from Bling Nation, PayNearMe, Square, BOKU, Intuit GoPayment, PayPal Mobile, VivoTech, Oberthur, MobilePay, MocaPay, and FaceCash.

November 11, 2010

SUBWAY to Use FaceCash Mobile Payments

facecash_logo.gifDoctor's Associates, the parent company of SUBWAY, and Think Computer Corporation have announced that FaceCash will now be accepted at certain SUBWAY locations in California. FaceCash is a mobile payment system that allows consumers to use their cell phones to make purchases at the point of sale. "FaceCash gets its name from its unique security process. During a purchase, the consumer's face appears on the merchant's register to verify identity."

June 15, 2010

A Look at FaceCash

In an article titled "FaceCash hopes to bring mobile payments mainstream", VentureBeat profiles Aaron Greenspan's recently launched FaceCash mobile payment service.

May 28, 2010

Think Launches FaceCash Mobile Payment System for POS Payments

FaceCash on iPhonePalo Alto-based Think Computer Corporation has announced the launch of its new FaceCash mobile payment system that lets consumers pay for items at the point of sale with a cell phone. Think says that FaceCash is the first component of its ThinkLink integrated payment and accounting network to launch.

According to Think, "FaceCash uses simple barcode technology to facilitate quick and easy payment transactions in restaurants, clothing stores, and other retail shops. The system offers several advantages over traditional plastic cards for both buyers and sellers. With the ability to record multiple account numbers directly within the FaceCash application, buyers benefit from the convenience of carrying less plastic. Buyers also have access to an unprecedented level of detail about their purchases thanks to the electronic receipts that are automatically generated each time a FaceCash transaction takes place." READ MORE »

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