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Signing Onto The Subscription Model – And Signing Onto Cryptos?

Signing Onto Subscriptions – And Onto Cryptos?

Increasingly, the subscription model has gained traction across all manner of offerings – from meal kits to razors to, of course, movies and video games and even online workouts. The pay-as-you-go aspect of getting services and goods delivered to a device or to the doorstop has its appeal, global in scope and across demographics, as evidenced in the Subscription Commerce Tracker. And in other shifts, showing that “the way it’s always been done” is no longer set in stone, commentary from Diebold Nixdorf VP of North America Solutions Heather Gibbins shows that consumers want the ability to bank online and visit a branch when financial services are needed. Separately, JPMorgan has rolled out the first bank-backed cryptocurrency, geared toward trade finance, and a nod to the fact that in payments, the times they are a-changin’.


$5 trillion: Value of daily wholesale payments moved by JPMorgan.

$1.1 billion: Projected value of India’s mobile gaming market by 2020.

310 million: Global number of households that will subscribe to at least one streaming service by 2024.

28 percent: Share of Filipino consumers who stream pirated content using illicit services.

$528.8 billion: Overall spend on subscription services estimated for next year.


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Facebook is a giant in the ad game, with 2.3 billion active monthly users and $16.6 billion in quarterly advertising revenue. However, its omnipresence makes it a honeypot for fraudsters. In this month’s Digital Fraud Report, PYMNTS talks with Rob Leathern, Facebook’s director of product management, on how the site deploys automated systems and thorough advertiser vetting to close the lid on fraudster attempts.


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