Cardtronics Blog

It’s An On-Demand World

How do FIs continue to give customers easy access to the cash, while needing to redeploy capital? They rethink how to manage the ATM channel. Read Part 1 of our new series.
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The Reading Room

From banking technology to cash. Here is our latest collection of interesting reads.
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The Reading Room

From the San Francisco Fed Blog to Global Treasury Intelligence, we’re sharing some of the interesting news and commentary items we read recently.
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Cash is Fun! Cash Origami Step-by-Step

Cash is fun, and not just spending it! You can make art with your cash. Cash origami makes for a fun and interesting gift idea, or create art with your cash just because you can...
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CEO Rathgaber Chats with Nasdaq

After partaking in the June 6 Closing Bell Ceremony at Nasdaq, Cardtronics CEO Steve Rathgaber had a chat with Nasdaq’s Brad Smith on the exchange’s “Behind the Bell” feature, which streamed live on Facebook...
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Obstacles to a Cashless Society: A Three-Part Series, Part 2

As we discussed in our first installment, payments technology trust issues on the part of consumers go deep, tapping into data security fears. And many technology experts agree with them. Even those who espouse moving to a cashless society are concerned about security and privacy...
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Obstacles to a Cashless Society: A Three-Part Series

Cash is a leading form of payment. That’s not opinion, that’s a fact. What is opinion is the future of cash – some of those “in the know” predict that the use of cash will decrease. However, more moderate thinkers believe it will take much longer for the cashless society to develop, if ever....
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‘Cashfree and Proud’…of what?

Underwhelmed. It’s a nice way to describe the reaction of ATMmarketplace Editor Suzanne Cluckey to Visa Europe’s new campaign on the virtues of contactless payments. This post reprinted with her permission.
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Uber Catches a Ride with Cash

The mobile app economy is hot stuff today, but one thing the app economy has not been so great at is matching up with how we like to pay. Uber the popular app-driven ride-hailing service recently realized cashless payments may not be all the rage after all, and started accepting cash payments for its drivers in select markets...
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Beware War on Cash

With the many battles waged in the war on cash, with each new campaign tempting consumers to be “cash-free and proud,” strong statements about the downsides of a cashless society have often been left to the fringe press.
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