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Martin Cox

Martin Cox

Strategic Product Marketing at Rambus
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Bio Building on a history in secure identity & payments by both card & mobile. Assisting banks & retailers to leverage opportunities that new payment technologies bring. In-app, in-aisle, HCE, NFC, PSD2, tokenized ACH & more. Exciting opportunities to transform the consumer experience. Career History NCR, Datacard, ACI, Cards ETC, Bell ID and Rambus. Smartcards, payments and mobile. EMV, NFC & HCE. 25 years so far and not done yet..



How Will We Pay in 2020?

07 Oct 2016

The history of payments is best described as a search for simplicity, security and convenience. Coins, banknotes, cheques, payment cards have all been introduced with the aim of making paying for goods and services easier. Over the past few years, mobile payments technology has launched an assault on these traditional methods by offering consumers ...



What makes blockchain so disruptive?

01 Dec 2015

The disruptive potential of blockchain, the back-end technology that powers Bitcoin, lies in its ability to radically simplify financial processes. The mathematics behind the system are complex, but the ‘end product’ is simple: a highly secure, self-maintaining network which dramatically increases efficiency for transacting parties by rendering ‘c...



Why use mobile payments?

24 Jun 2015

Technological developments are often greeted with a mixture of excitement and cynicism. Mobile payments are no different. Amongst all the hype and bluster, however, a fundamental question seems to be largely overlooked – why use mobile payments? Here are just a few reasons to leave your cash and card at home, and pay with your mobile. Mobile payme...



How Does Android Pay Differ from Apple Pay and Samsung Pay?

29 May 2015

Google announced Android Pay yesterday at its I/O conference. The internet giant outlined a set of APIs that will allow developers to add an Android Pay button to their app and banks to enable payments in their existing applications, facilitating in-app and in-store payments on Android devices with KitKat 4.4 and above. This is a big deal. With 70...


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