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What's In Your Wallet? Addressing the Regulatory Grey Area Surrounding Mobile Payments

@inproceedings{Congdon2016WhatsIY,
  title={What's In Your Wallet? Addressing the Regulatory Grey Area Surrounding Mobile Payments},
  author={Stephen Congdon},
  year={2016}
}
Mobile payment applications are poised to replace traditional checks, credit, and debit cards at cash registers around the country. Largely seen as the next step forward for increased convenience in shopping, mobile payments are making it easier for American consumers to make payments simply by having their phone on them at all times. However, until recently, many of the applications that consumers use to make their mobile payments may fall out of the American regulatory system already in place… Expand
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