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Payment Networks 2.0: The Battle for Tokenization

出版商 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品編碼 317411
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 40 Pages
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付款網路2.0:權標化作戰 Payment Networks 2.0: The Battle for Tokenization
出版日期: 2014年10月28日 內容資訊: 英文 40 Pages

本報告提供家庭網路的權標化相關研究,EMVCo的規格及Apple Pay實行的檢討等詳細調查,主機卡模擬(HCE)的實行相關技術課題揭示,權標化對付款價值鏈的影響鑑別,再加上Apple Pay對Google、PayPal、MCX及Softcard的影響等彙整資料,為您概述為以下內容。


  • 促進行動付款成長的消費者態度,及網路經營模式適應失敗的情況下,提供商人利益方面的討論
  • EMVCo之解決扣款路由提供規格不足的失敗分析,及權標化規格的ATM的利用
  • Apple Pay用權標化實行的詳細流程,及管理HCE等複雜環境的課題的明確流程
  • 現在為止銀行對於Apple Pay的反應的檢討,及應進行 Apple Pay 及權標化的銀行該怎麼對應
  • Apple Pay對主要付款網路競爭企業的影響的競爭分析、其他

New Research Defines the Many Paths Now Available to Payments Providers Based on Implementation of Tokens

Mercator Advisory Group offers implementation details of tokenization and insight into how tokens will impact the future payments landscape

A new research report from Mercator Advisory Group, Payment Networks 2.0: The Battle for Tokenization , provides a deep dive into how network tokenization operates, starting with the EMVCo specification and a review of the Apple Pay implementation. It provides clarity regarding the technical challenges associated with implementing host card emulation (HCE) and identifies how tokenization will impact the payments value chain and how Apple Pay will impact Google, PayPal, MCX, and Softcard.

"Expanding beyond the tightly controlled Apple Pay environment into the Wild West of the Android environment will take time," said Tim Sloane, VP, Payments Innovation , and author of report. "Tokenization will change the payments industry in interesting ways. The networks have clearly carved out a new business model for themselves, and the implementation of tokens will enable payment providers to enter adjacent markets, such as identity management and loyalty management, if they wish. Indeed tokens offer so many growth paths that determining which path any individual payment provider will follow will likely consume corporate strategic thinking for the next few years."

This report is 40 pages long and contains 8 exhibits.

Companies and organizations mentioned in this report include : Adaptive Path, Amazon, American Airlines, American Express, Apple, AT&T, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citigroup, Deutsche Telekom, Discover, Dunkin' Donuts, EMVCo, Facebook, Fast Identity Online (FIDO) Alliance, Fiserv, Google, MasterCard, Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), mFoundry, Microsoft, Monitise Group, Navy Federal Credit Union, NYCE, PayPal, PNC, Secure Remote Payment Council, Shazam, Softcard, Starbucks, The Clearing House, T-Mobile, TSYS, US Bank, USAA, Verifone, Verizon, Visa, Wells Fargo, and Wendy's.

Members of Mercator Advisory Group's Emerging Technologies Advisory Service have access to this report as well as the upcoming research for the year ahead, presentations, analyst access, and other membership benefits.

One of the exhibits included in this report:


Highlights of the report include:

  • Discussion of consumer behavior driving the growth of mobile payments and aspects of it that provide merchants an advantage if the networks fail to adjust their business models
  • Analysis of EMVCo's failure to deliver specifications sufficient to resolve debit routing and ATM usage in its tokenization specification
  • A detailed process flow for implementing tokenization for Apple Pay and a process flow illustrating the challenges of managing a more complex environment such as that of HCE
  • A review of banks' responses to Apple Pay so far and recommendations for how banks should be responding to Apple Pay and tokenization going forward
  • A competitive analysis of how Apple Pay impacts major payment network competitors
  • A history of the long and winding road that finally brought tokens into the network world
  • How MasterCard and Visa have approached mobile payments over time and how they will monetize tokenization using new business units for rolling out token-based services
  • A deep dive into the EMVCo Tokenisation Specification identifying key components that will have a major impact on the roll-out of mobile payments going forward, including new payment functions with merchant, time, and spend restrictions and how these new capabilities might be tied to the Internet of Things and beacons
  • Why tokenization as currently implemented threatens the business models of EFT network providers and issuing processors, including a chart showing which business functions will be adopted by the networks, challenging the existing business models of issuing processors
  • The implications of tokenization on networks that have yet to announce how they will respond, including American Express, Discover, and PayPal
  • A discussion of why future standards are required if payments innovation is to leverage consumer contextual information effectively

Table of Contents

Executive Summary


Defining Mobile Payments

  • E-Commerce and Mobile Payments
  • Softcard and Other Network-Branded M-Card Solutions

How Apple Pay Works

  • The Banks' Response to Apple Pay
  • A Competitive Analysis of Apple Pay

The Long Crawl to Network Adoption of Tokens

  • Branded Networks' Response to Competitive Threats: HCE and Tokens, a Timeline
  • Network-Branded Mobile Solutions Available Prior to HCE and Tokens
  • MasterCard MasterPass
  • The New World Driven by the EMVCo Tokenisation Standard

Network Plans to Monetize Digital Services

  • Visa Digital Solutions
  • MasterCard Digital Enablement Service
  • Other Networks
  • Implications


  • Endnotes
  • For more information about this report


  • Figure 1: Consumers Prefer a Mobile App over a Mobile Browser
  • Figure 2: E-Commerce: A Combination of Any Browser, M-Browser, M-App, or M-Card
  • Figure 3: The Traditional Embedding of a NFC Payment Credential (PAN) into a Mobile Device
  • Figure 4: A Network-Branded HCE Implementation of the EMVCo Tokenisation Standard
  • Figure 5: How Apple Pay Works
  • Figure 6: The Visa Checkout Experience
  • Figure 7: The MasterPass Purchasing Process
  • Figure 8: How Tokens Change the Payments Value Chain
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