MasterCard-Amex alliance shows off multibrand smart card terminal

Block, Valerie
December 1995
American Banker;12/2/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 231, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on MasterCard International and American Express Co.'s demonstration at the 1995 CardTech West conference to prove that smart cards from different issuers and manufacturers can be accepted by a single terminal at the point of sale. Importance of interoperability to the success of the advanced payment cards; Companies involved in the technology.


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