MasterCard’s CEO Ajay Banga talks about how the future of money must be met with human purpose—tied to greater access & fewer barriers for more people
MasterCard announced that, over a one year period ending December 2013, it has grown its contactlessfootprint in Europe by expanding the number of countries where contactless cards are accepted: contactless is now available in 63 countries worldwide, and in 34 countries in Europe including 7 new countries in 2013: Azerbaijan, Finland, Ireland, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro and the Netherlands. MasterCard® and Maestro® contactless cards or devices have been issued by more than 220 financial institutions in Europe and can be used at almost 2 million merchant locations worldwide, representing more than a 180% year-on-year increase.
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