Bell ID, a company that develops token management software for mobile payments, has announced that it is adding support for Android Pay. From Bell ID:
Bell ID, the mobile payments specialist recently acquired by Rambus Cryptography Research, today announces it will support international issuing banks, payment schemes and processors to integrate with Android Pay. Bell ID customers can utilize its Token Service Provider (TSP) software to enable and secure near field communication (NFC) payments functionality on Android phones.
By utilizing Bell ID's token management software, it should be easier for more payment processors and banks around the world to bring Android Pay support to their customers. While Android Pay currently enjoys support from a number of major banks, and the big four processing networks, it still lags behind Apple Pay in terms of total support from card issuers.
Source: Bell ID (Business Wire)
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