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Mobile Wallet: Location-based Commerce and Peer-to-Peer Payments


Mobile Wallet: Location-based Commerce and Peer-to-Peer Payments

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Publisher Mind Commerce
Date of Report Jun 20, 2011
Quick Overview
World-wide, mobile commerce and peer-to-peer payments are in their infancy. While
Japan and Korea are leading, France, Finland, and the U.K. are just moments behind.
Key South American and Central American countries are exploring business process
and market acceptance of mobile commerce. African nations, challenged by politics,
have seen recent developments in peer-to-peer payments collapse while India has
seen success. And, the United States and Canada, leaders in banking business process
and industry regulation design are aggressively pursuing global partnerships.

But where are location-based services? This report looks at the significance of
combining the mobile wallet with mobile local search. Covered are emerging mobile
application developers - we look at what they need to do next in their evolution
towards bringing commonality of usage to the masses for rapid service adoption.

Additionally, we look at WHY mobile location-based transaction services are behind
the implementation expectations of consumers. Research and pilot testing of the
mobile wallet has been taking place well-over a decade. In 1997, Coca Cola installed
vending machines in Helsinki that provided a canned drink when SMS payments were
sent to the machine. That same year, Merita bank, also in Helsinki launched the
first mobile phone SMS based banking service.

So what is slowing progress of mobile location-based banking services and mobile
commerce in general? The hold-up is consumer protection - ensuring the safety and
security of transactions from the first mile through the last mile of data transfer.
This report looks at developments in security including encryption, authentication,
and cloud computing.

Finally, the report provides several break-outs of vendors and research tools that
readers can use in their evaluation of the market place.
Table of Contents
Introduction 3

Master Card and Visa Credit and Debit Cards 4

Automatic Teller Machine Cards 5

Merchant Gift Card 6

Near Field Communications 7

Person-to-Person Money Transfer and Location-Based P2P 8, 9, 10

Location-based Business Analysis 11

Mobile Financial Transaction - Consumer Fears 12

Mobile Financial Transaction - Industry Fears 13

Trusted Service Manager Policies 14

Security Solutions Addressing Consumer and Industry Fears 15, 16

PayPal Mobile Overview and Recommendations 17, 18, 19

Square Mobile Overview and Recommendations 20

MasterCard MoneySend Overview and Recommendations 21

ViVotech Overview and Recommendations 22

MOBIbucks Overview and Recommendations 23

Publications and Organizations - The List 24

Mobile Transaction Companies - The List 25

Copyrights, Trademarks, Disclaimers 26

About the Author 26




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