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  • How ApplePay Will Succeed Where Others Have Failed
    How ApplePay Will Succeed Where Others Have Failed by Drew Hofler
    Published on September 23, 2014
    The day before the ApplePay announcement, Pymnts.com quoted American Express executive Josh Silverman essentially calling their mobile wallets a failure. In his opinion, “the swipe isn’t especially broken.” In other words, how much easier is it to tap your phone than to swipe…

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