ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SYSTEMS

Despite several successful smart-card rollouts in a variety of industries, as well as widespread use in Europe, supermarkets in much of the United States remain skeptical about taking the plunge into this new technology, mainly due to costs associated with the electronic cards.The card's microprocessor chip can store pertinent information specific to the cardholder, ranging from medical records to

Despite several successful smart-card rollouts in a variety of industries, as well as widespread use in Europe, supermarkets in much of the United States remain skeptical about taking the plunge into this new technology, mainly due to costs associated with the electronic cards.

The card's microprocessor chip can store pertinent information specific to the cardholder, ranging from medical records to cash values. They also allow retailers to store and access large amounts of information

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