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Mobile wallet provider Lemon has announced the launch of Lemon Network, an enhancement to the Lemon Wallet app that will allow consumers to make purchases from merchants with the Lemon Network without having to re-enter their card information each time. Lemon Network is offered to merchants as a free software development kit (SDK). “We see the Lemon Network as a true step forward in the mobile payment space,” said Lemon Chief Sales Officer Jenna Wyer. “Consumers will quickly see the benefit of using the Lemon Network for mobile shopping as well as web shopping. They can update their credit card…

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On the web: The Contactless Sticker as a Mobile Wallet Trojan Horse – NetBanker – “Increasing costs with a contactless sticker is not for everyone. But if you are looking for a tangible point of differentiation that also builds your tech cred, this is one possible solution.” Big gap remains between hopes, realities of proximity payments – Mobile Payments Today – “In what is arguably bad news for the mobile payments industry, research firm eMarketer has reduced its forecast for U.S. proximity mobile payments in 2013 by more than half, from $2.12 billion to $1 billion.” ID verification as the…

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RBC has announced RBC Secure Cloud – a mobile payments service that keeps sensitive client data secure with RBC in the cloud, not on the phone. RBC says this “makes RBC Secure Cloud a safer, faster, more flexible solution.” RBC is calling the service “the first cloud-based mobile payments solution in Canada” – and notes that it’s “patent-pending”. With RBC Secure Cloud, the financial institution assumes the security burden, since sensitive client data remains with the bank, as opposed to keeping it on the phone. The data is transmitted encrypted and decoded locally on the client’s mobile device at point…

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