Payment provider Mastercard is seeking to become a trusted digital identity provider and, to this end, has applied for accreditation under the Australian Government's Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
Small businesses have been among the hardest hit by COVID-19 in Australia but new research on the impact on their operations shows SMEs nationwide have adapted swiftly to the challenges by embracing digital commerce.
A survey of 1000 Australians has found that about half (48 percent) are now using their smartphones to make payments, either through use of an app — including mobile banking — or else through other functionality.
Payment solutions provider Mastercard has completed the second pilot of its digital identity service, ID, with Deakin University and Australia Post.
Payment solutions provider Mastercard and telco Singtel Optus have entered into a partnership to provide digital identity verification both online and in-store.
A senior official from Mastercard Australasia says it is misleading to compare costs of schemes that process card present, card not present and international debit transactions with a domestic-only debit scheme, namely eftpos, that, at this stage, processes very few card not present transactions.
With many SMEs around Australia taking their businesses online or expanding their digital footprint, some may find themselves facing the risk of card payment disputes, chargebacks and fraud for the first time, according to payment provider Mastercard.
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