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The virtual currency is gathering steam.

The agreement makes Toshiba the single point of contact for all POS systems, peripherals and OEM front and back office retail store technology at Forever 21.

A new study released today by Visa and PYMNTS.com, entitled "How We Will Pay," found that more than 80 percent of Americans have a strong interest in using connected devices to make purchases, with a keen eye toward security and data concerns.

And that's good news for apparel and footwear, the leading categories for such purchases.

Find out just how small it is.

Cost-savings are universally seen across all age groups as the top benefit to sharing personal data — information such as e-mail, age, location, interests, previous purchases, etc.

"While [EMV] cards reduced counterfeit credit card fraud at the point-of-sale, they have driven fraudsters online," says Adam Fingersh, Experian general manager and senior vice president of Fraud and Identity Solutions.

The British fashion retailer tapped Byways Group for RFID-enabled apparel and accessories labels.

Fraud attacks in apparel e-commerce grew more than 69 percent year over year from 2015 to 2016, according to research from Forter and the Merchant Risk Council.

Customers want more personalized shopping experiences and are entrusting retailers with more information about themselves to gain it, with high expectations that their data will be secure.

Innoviti will implement its award-winning uniPAY NEXT Payments platform to facilitate both normal card payments acceptance as well as flexible EMI card payment options across all the 29 exclusive brand outlets (EBOs) of Crocs across the country.

Merchants can now sell their wares in the international marketplace, working with World First to open a receiving account in the country in which they are conducting business.

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