With this Tweet, Microsoft and MasterCard (“Mastersoft”?) announced their partnership to create “universal digital identities“: Voting, driving, applying for a job, renting a home, getting married and boarding a plane: what do these all have in common? You need to prove your identity. In partnership with @Microsoft, we are working to create universally-recognized digital identity. https://t.co/He5syqa5g7 […]
There has never been a more exciting time in payments. Let me re-phrase that. There has never been an exciting time in payments. But if you read tech blogs lately, you’d think we were moments away from revolution. Unless the oppressed proletariat can pay with iPhones, they’ll start pummeling Nobu waiters with pearl-encrusted Prada bags.
Deconstruction of Apple Pay and the many unexpected deals its success will unleash. My old colleagues at American Express and MasterCard might not be thrilled.
With rabid coverage on every major tech site, only Turkish prisoners and my parents could have missed the most important product launch in startup history. No, it wasn’t a cure for cancer or even irritable bowels . It was Coin. What is coin? As if you didn’t know… It’s an electronic payment card that stores