US banks are planning to rely on Apple and Android in any ATM machines

Jan

30

2016

It reports that some banks in the United States are planning at the moment to enter the Apple and Android Bai Bai services in automated teller machines ATM during the current year.

Reports of my site TechCrunch and Wired that banks Chase and Wells Fargo and Bank of America are working to create ATM machines are equipped and prepared technology NFC, said reports that Bank of America will be the first to ask this technique, where he plans to put forward in late February next, in places certain in the Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Charlotte, New York and Boston, and then expand into more areas later.

Reports indicated that the bank Wells Fargo and Chase are planning to put up also this possibility later in the year, according to a spokesman for Bank of Chase the new machinery will not stop working in the traditional way through Debit Card cards, but this capability will be added to make it easier for customers in the absence of the card with them at sometime.

She spoke of reports that Chase Bank will launch this possibility in two phases, the first over the phone documentation of the private bank’s application, and then send the code to the phone consisting of seven digits and entered into the automated teller machine and take advantage of its services without the use of the cards, and the second phase through the preparation teller machines Automated NFC chips and use through smart phones directly.

News reported that the bank Wells Fargo and Bank of America have plans on asking ATM machines equipped with technology NFC to be used through smart phones directly, it is expected that this step increase of security in banking transactions, where the offender will not be able to steal the money once you get the physical card, but it must overcome the encryptions in Apple and Android eBay, which is not a simple task.

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