smart card

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An updatable credit card-sized card with embedded integrated circuits that can receive input processed—via ICC applications—and deliver it as output
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smart card

, smartcard (smart kard)
A plastic card, resembling a credit or debit card, that can provide identification, authentication, data storage, and other applications, such as a health insurance card on which the critical details of a person's health history are encoded.
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Although by definition these cards were not debit cards, as these households did not have a bank account to which the cards could be tied (most likely they were some type of stored-value card marketed as debit cards), the data nevertheless indicate the willingness of unbanked consumers to use e-banking technologies.
Some stored-value cards are designed to be used even without physically presenting the card at a card-reading device.
This article explores the potential impact of fraud on new forms of retail payment such as electronic cash and stored-value cards. These new payments media can increase economic efficiency by incorporating advances in computer technology into payments systems.
As opposed to the disposable stored-value card, we will see more and more smart cards, which can be taken back to the issuer and recharged.
Parker, Rachael, "Visa International Charges Ahead with Stored-Value Card," Infoworld, Vol.
For example, on your coffee break in the vending area at the office, you put your stored-value card, which has $10 on it, into a newsrack.
Inspired by the success of prepaid phone cards, credit-card companies may begin to market stored-value cards in various denominations - a low-tech conversion of cash to digital money.
Payment with Stored-Value Cards. A stored-Value card is a relatively new form of payment card.(24) Stored-value cards differ from traditional debit cards in the sense, that the card does not provide access to the buyer's bank account.
The version available at the Olympics is a disposable stored-value card that can be used in lieu of cash.
The basic fare is NT$20, and the fare for a one-way trip will not exceed NT$25, the NTMC said, adding that paying with a stored-value card will enjoy a 20% fare discount.
The Payroll card was the first one to be launched, but soon we will be introducing different stored-value card programs according to our clients needs."