Press Releases and Brochures


This is a collection of press releases and brochures about certain network payment mechanisms and digital cash systems, mainly pertaining to the Internet.

E-pay news from Trintech.
E-commerce news.
E-Global PaperFree provides papers covering all areas of e-commerce.
E-commerce Times.
Click 'till you drop from U.S. News Online.

1997:
Mondex's Pilot System Broken.
Bank Austria and Den norske Bank to issue Ecash.
CyberCash aquires rights to NetBill.
CyberCash forms working group with German Banks.
CyberCash launches PayNow electronic check service.
Digital to launch Millicent public trial this summer.
France adopts E-Commerce Security Protocol (C-SET).
Hewlett-Packard buys electronic payment systems maker VeriFone.
MasterCard completes first SET transaction.
Nations worry about a rise in on-line money laundering.
NRI licenses Ecash for Japan's first true electronic money system.
SET encryption deemed vulnerable to hackers.
Web begins to demonstrate value to business.

Late '96:
Banks Like Export Plan for High-Power Encryption.
CyberCoins from CyberCash.
Dutch Banks to Be First with Smartcards.
Comments on Mondex anonymity claims from a trial participant.
Smart Card Risks exposed by Shamir and Biham.
Visa launches secure electronic commerce in Europe.
Earlier 1996 Press Releases:
CyberPayments '96 (now over), and the press release.
Java Commerce Applet demonstrated.
Netscape's Livepayments
1995 Press Releases:
First Bank of Internet (FBOI).
The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication had a special issue on Electronic Commerce.
MasterCard and Netscape to Offer Secure Transaction Processing for Purchases on the Internet (now outdated by SET).
Netbill commercialization through the Visa and CMU partnership.
NetChex announcement.
Security First to offer only US government-approved Internet banking application.
1994 Press Releases:
Cybercash electronic money system, and more recent Cybercash news
Digicash: First online cash payment system and a Digicash brochure.
Mondex Digital Cash System and the Mondex Home Page. And Mondex privacy breach issues.
NetCheque: The Check is in the E-mail.
Secure Transactions Technology (STT) from Microsoft and Visa (now outdated by SET).
1993 Press Releases:
NetCash introductory article.



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