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Despite the proliferation of cashless means of payment — including debit cards, credit cards and online and mobile payment options — cash circulation continues to grow in both developing and developed countries. Therefore, bill-validating devices play an important role in...
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NCR posts a solid start to 2013, with first quarter revenues up 13 percent year-over-year.
Tuxedo Money Solutions, a UK-based international payment company, plans to launch its new line of kiosks which will allow citizens of the United Arab Emirates to acquire prepaid cards called DubaiCards.
The ATM allows a user to carry out transactions of up to $3,000 USD a day at the machine.
Ziftr, a company that develops products, tools and apps to for the shopping experience, and RedDotNet, a manufacturer of small form-factor kiosks, announced the formation of Cedar Point Solutions, a Hooksett, New Hampshire-based company aiming to simplify the cryptocurrency and fiat currency transactions market.
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Acision, a mobile messaging services and Web real-time communications provider, announced a partnership with Blacc Spot Media Inc., a Web real-time communications and mobile and Web application development house.
Santa Monica, California-based bitcoin kiosk provider ZenBox announced the new Anaheim (California) Regional Transportation Intermodal Center installed its two-way bitcoin ATM located inside Mission Market Express in the station's Grand Foyer.
JCM Global has won a contract with SAGA Technologies to provide its TBV bill validator after a yearlong trial of the product inside SAGA's kiosk at more than 200 bank branches in Moscow.
San Diego-based USA, Inc., a provider of antenna solutions to the M2M and IoT market, launched two new 2x2 LTE MIMO antennas.
Las Vegas-based Coin Cloud unveiled its second bitcoin ATM located inside Gold Spike Hotel & Casino.
Financial transactions management solutions provider Source Technologies announced the company signed more than 100 new customers in 2014 for its magnetic ink character recognition printing and transactional kiosk solutions.
Avra Inc., announced the company entered into a non-binding letter of intent with Mango Pay SRL, a Dominican Republic-based electronic payment kiosk solutions provider.
Karnataka, Southwest India, bank ICICI announced at a press briefing that one year after introducing automated kiosks 43 percent of the branch's transactions were conducted at its Touch Banking kiosk.
Cummins Allison, provider of coin, currency and check processing technology as well as ATMs, announced the Cos Cob, Connecticut First Bank of Greenwich will expand its banking services by adding a Cummins Allison ATM.
Dublin, Ireland-based bank AIB is teaming up with NCR Corporation to install NCR financial software and kiosk solutions throughout its branches.
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TIO Networks Corp., a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based bill payment company, announced its patent for change-based transactions on electronic kiosks was approved by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.