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World
Bitcoin,
Digital Money & Payment Systems
Conference 2014



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PROGRAMME

11 November 2014 (Day One)

TIME

PRESENTATION

08.30

Registration

09.00

Introduction

09.15

Keynote Address: Revisiting innovation in payment system, future landscape and how industry players can participate in this growing sector in the Philippines

10.00

Morning Refreshments

10.15

Unlocking smartphone device and using fingerprint to authorize payments
 

11.00

Modernizing payment systems and raising the standards

11.45

Harnessing Bitcoin's transformative role in mobile payment: key issues and challenges

12.30

Lunch

14.00

Staying on the cutting edge of today's rapidly changing payment systems and technologies: bank’s perspective

14.45

Enabling secure access to banking services on mobile device: new innovation                                                         

15.30

Afternoon Refreshments

15.45

Payment system and the winning strategies for banks-telecom operators partnership

16.30

Panel Discussion on new architecture of payment system to improve business processes and increase customer loyalty using response technology

17.00

End of Day 1

 

12 November 2014 (Day Two)

TIME

PRESENTATION

09.00

Introduction

09.15

Faster payments: Will it means extra costs?

10.00

Morning Refreshments

10.15

Bitcoin the new player in the payment ecosystem and what do Bitcoin offer?
 

11.00

Identify opportunities for merchants and retailers to integrate new payment gateway that reduces the time, cost and complexity of implementation and adoption

11.45

Facial recognition mobile payment: new innovation and technology

12.30

Lunch

14.00

Mobile channel security: effective privacy, data protection and fraud prevention controls to encourage consumer uptake

14.45

How Bitcoin can serve the unbanked

15.30

Afternoon Refreshments

15.45

Payment system and promoting financial inclusion and remittances

16.30

Panel discussion: Implementing a real-time payment system and seizing the opportunities

17.00

End of Conference

 

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS


This conference provides a platform to roll out and deliver a robust and secure E-payment gateway that will enable E-government shared services to be paid electronically with innovative electronic payment instruments, especially to replicate successful E-payment models as well as to share perspective and insight with industry players and payment gateway providers on innovative technical and financial capability as well as ensuring security measurement needed and fraud threats prevention to further enhance E-commerce processing platform, in order to create new opportunity for future expansion of the scope of E-payment gateway as part of a continuous efforts to build the E-governance infrastructure to support the delivery of E-services of the public sector and assisting the private sector’s moves into E-commerce. E-payment in government services can grow in manifold as long as it replicates successful payment models and offers more advanced methods of payment that fuel economic connections and drive real business value for its customers, merchants and consumers.

Exploring the benefits of direct carrier billing-based mobile payments to offer merchants with incremental revenue from consumers who find mobile the easiest way to pay and for forward thinking telecommunication industry players to offer innovative mobile value added services (M-VAS) to spur subscribers to use their smart phone more and increase operator’s revenue significantly.
With direct carrier billing, users will be able to make payments over a data connection by confirming payments with one click of their phone. Since the mobile operators have all the information necessary to process the payment, this removes the need to send any text messages during the payment process. As such, this conference will have significant discussion on the importance of direct carrier billing-based mobile payments that will generate incremental revenues for merchants offering carrier billing-based mobile payments to consumers who find mobile the easiest way to pay and attract new consumers who previously were unable or unlikely to pay via other payment options, such as credit and debit accounts. For telecommunication industry players in search of new innovation and endless opportunities, direct carrier billing-based mobile payment is an innovative Mobile Value Added Services (M-VAS) to spur the subscriber to use their smartphone more and increase operator's revenue significantly. In addition, delegates will be kept abreast with latest development on various payment gateway platforms available for merchants to consider, including EFTPOS technology, P2P payments, contactless payment functionality, electronic cash terminals, remittances, mobile payment, online banking and ATM, and this provides an opportunity to compare and extract great value on each of these payment gateway options in order to offer to end-users an improved payment-processing experience and frictionless access to payment infrastructure.

The growing acceptance of P2P payments is an opportunity for banks and financial institutions to differentiate from other innovative money transfer and payment system.
The continuing acceleration of mobile adoption will mean a surge in growth for the P2P market. Mobile P2P is growing, but banks and financial institutions are losing the race, therefore, banks and financial institutions need to act now if they want to grab a slice of the P2P pie as well as to differentiate themselves with competing technologies for payment including electronic cash terminals, POS terminals, credit and debit cards, ATMs and the associated network payment infrastructure including Bitcoin, which is an open source P2P money. As such, with so many third-party providers entering the P2P market, it is important for banks and financial institutions to offer and promote their own personal payment options. The conference will set the direction for banks, financial institutions as well as industry players to integrate payment platforms and simplify money transfers in order to provide customers with the latest digital banking, payment capabilities and being a trusted resource that customers turn to first when they want to manage or move their money as well as to take a closer look for the needs to collaborate in the fast-growing mobile, payment and banking space.

With the migration of SEPA behind us, it is time to unlock the full potential of SEPA that has triggered a complete overhaul of the payment landscape, especially payment and remittance industry and this conference will look beyond SEPA payments as well as the future of payment systems after SEPA
The conference discusses a whole range of payment systems including P2P payment, remittances, mobile payment, ATMs, Bitcoin as well as an update on SEPA payment. As of 1 February 2014, SEPA compliant payments will take effect within the Eurozone and the rest of the SEPA zone by 1 February 2016. The launched of SEPA initiatives have changed the way banks in the affected European countries do business. It may have serious implication for non-European banks, forcing banks to find its way in a changing payment landscape in order to grab the operational benefits of optimised euro payments. Once SEPA is out of the way, banks will have more capacity to implement standardised technology solutions that bring everything together across borders and enhance international payments more cost-efficiently. As such, with the migration of SEPA behind us, it is time to unlock the full potential of SEPA, an effort that is often referred to as SEPA 2.0, with discussion on seizing the opportunities of a transformed payment environment. SEPA is not simply a mandate to be followed, it is an opportunity to conduct payments substantially more efficiently with large benefits achievable across Europe as well as banks and companies across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and elsewhere, to reap a range of benefits, including improved payment processes and common standards.

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Payment system industry players can either form partnership and "go-hand-in-hand", working together to deliver an efficient payment system infrastructure and expand global footprint in payment system delivery, especially, implementing a real-time or near real-time payment system and seizing the opportunities. Alternatively, they can compete and grab a smaller share of the market. The conference provides an opportunity to keep lines of dialogue and cooperation open with collaboration and quickly re-assess possible partnership



The payments landscape across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Europe and the region is witnessing dynamic growth and evolution. Banks, financial institutions, telecom operators and payment service providers, work with highly fragmented payment systems running multiple applications for different types of payments across different lines of business and locations, while meeting regulatory directives such as AML, Check21, SOX and changing customer preferences have forced key players in the payments industry to rethink their approach to payments and payments processing. The need for cost-effective solutions remains of utmost importance. All this, combined with new entrants to the payment industry including Bitcoin, has forced the need for payments services that provide fast, accurate and economical feature. With the need for standardization, visibility, processing speed and accuracy and increased compliance reporting has also placed additional demands on existing payments technologies and infrastructure. In response, banks, financial institutions, telecom operators and payment service providers need to innovate with new introduction of mobile payment solutions “ on the go” and other payment innovation.

Against this development, World Bitcoin, Digital Money & Payment Systems Conference 2014, is designed to bring together forward thinking banks, financial institution, telecom operators and other members of the payment system’s value chain, including Bitcoin to have a candid discussion and forging strategic alliances in order to bring to the market latest prepaid cards, credit cards, ATM payment gateway, remittances, innovative m-payment models as well as online payment systems<, to increase the access to funds and financial services as well as to lay out plans to stay ahead of the competition, taking a closer look at meeting the needs of merchants, retailers and consumers constantly on the look-out and demands for greater speed, secure, reliable and convenience with payments that reduces the time, cost and complexity of implementation and adoption<, especially, the demands for real-time and near real-time payment system has increased.

With the adoption of any chosen payment system, there is always the challenges of financial malware attacks, financial fraud and data breaches, which are typically invisible to legacy security solutions. Failing that, there is always Bitcoin, as alternative payment gateway. The technology behind Bitcoin protocol could help reduce systemic risk by creating safeguards shielding the payment systems. In addition, Bitcoin network operates differently from conventional payment networks and those differences could allow Bitcoin to develop more effective anti-fraud techniques. Conventional payment networks including credit cards place most of the liability for fraudulent transactions on the merchants and retailers, allowing customers to challenge and reverse suspicious payments. Accepting Bitcoin payments means lower fees, fewer regulations and no worry about liability for fraudulent transactions.

With an array of innovative payment solutions, each has its own strengths and weaknesses. It is now pertinent for industry players in the payment industry to either form partnership or "go-hand-in-hand", working together to deliver an efficient payment system infrastructure, especially, implementing a real-time or near real-time payment system. Alternatively, they can compete and share a much smaller pie of the market and subsequently unable to secure market dominant and expansion in the global footprint. As such, the conference is a timely platform to create and forge new powerful partnerships that could shift the payment network landscape, with an opportunity to keep lines of dialogue and cooperation open with collaboration and quickly re-assess possible partnership. Even without a short-term collaborative strategy in mind, forward thinking industry players will still need to keep a keen eye on payment system developments and at the very least, conduct ongoing assessments of the situation and market environment, in order to be ahead of the immediate competition.

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