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January 18, 2016

the top 10 VC investments across integrated payments industry




" list of VC investments across payments start ups"


list of start ups across online  payments and apps"
The chart above shows the biggest  Venture Funding across Integrated Payments ecosystem.
Also shown here are the  start ups along with the " investment details"   including the amount of funding  these top start up  payment companies  have received from the  VC investors

Almost all payment start ups accounts for  a significant portfolio of  VC investments
Leading the table is SQUARE with over $716 million investment led by Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins , Sequoia and Tiger Global Management

For example Index Ventures has invested in 4 out of the top 10 companies: Zuora, Adyen, iZettle, and TransferWise. Some of the other investors who have funded multiple top 10 companies include Andreessen Horowitz (3), Khosla Ventures (3), Greylock Partners (2), and Sequoia Capital (2).Bitpay

May 22, 2015

financial transactions done by mobile : argentina vs brazil



brazil vs argentina compared across mobile commerce"

"mobile payment index : brazil and argentina'

MOBILE COMMERCE READINESS  INDEX : BRAZIL VS ARGENTINA



The chart compares the mobile commerce readiness  between the 2 countries and ranks them in terms of acceptability and preparedness  towards moving to " the mobile economy" ecosystem..Amongst a range of metrics  some of them has been outlined  in the above chart .. These 6  benchmark metrics were .1)consumer readiness 2)mobile clusters 3)environment 4)financial services 5)mobile infrastructure and  6)Regulatory issues

Overall Argentina is ranked 34th (last ) compared to Brazil's 16th rank

The 34 countries in the current Index achieved an average score of 33.2. No market reached a score of  50, which shows that the mobile commerce ecosystem has a lot of catchingup to do across the world

May 18, 2015

May 25, 2014

Mobile Commerce Infrastructure Comparison : Hong Kong vs China


Hong Kong  vs China Mobile Shopping Index


Mobile Payments Comparison :Hong Kong vs China

While Hong Kong ranks a wee big higher than China... the difference among the nationaare actually miniscule. 

According to the data from Master card mobile readiness index  latestWhile HK has very strong financial and regulatory organizations Consumers are less willing to use mobile payments compared to their global counterparts on both P2P (10% versus 19% average) and m-commerce (11% versus 17% average).

Comparatively Chinese consumers are presently above-average users of mobile payments.The mobile infrastructure currently surpasses the financial services infrastructure POS payments (10%) lag behind m-commerce (19%) in frequency of use.

March 29, 2013

March 11, 2013

Singapore tops Mobile Payments Readiness Index





Singapore tops Mobile Payments Readiness Index | Cosmedia Consulting: According to MasterCard’s Mobile Payments Readiness Index Singapore is the word’s most mobile payment-ready country. They are closely followed by Canada, the United States, Kenya, South Korea, Japan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and China.

Some of the key Insights on Research on Mobile Readiness Index includes

  1. 9 out of 10 components leaders are located in the MIddle East, Asia or Africa
  2. In Saudi Arabia, 24% of consumers use mobile devices for P2P payments
  3. Canada  tops in Internet penetration (82% of the population)
  4.  United Arab Emirates came out tops in terms of business absorption of new technology
  5. Japan, Singapore, the United States, Hong Kong and Canada scored tops in the financial services component.
  6. In Japan, there are on average 14.98 payment cards per person.
  7. 100% of Singapore’s population is covered by a mobile network There are 859,000,000 mobile phone subscriptions in China

Mobile Payment Readiness Index : USA


 
 
 
The United States, with its final score of 41.5, is the great exemplar of one of the key findings of the MasterCard Mobile Payments Readiness Index: Scale matters. The rider to this conclusion, however, is just as important. While scale matters, it can’t determine readiness. It’s neither a necessary nor sufficient condition. US consumers remain, roughly speaking, more aware of mobile payments than they are able to execute them.
 
source : Mobile Payment Readiness Index