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Chip Card - Chip And PIN Smartcard Processing Chip Card Smarcard Chip and PIN Preferred Nomenclature for EMV Card Standard "Chip Card" is the preferred verbiage when referring to smartcards, EMV cards, and other references to embedded microchip replacements for the traditional swiped payment card. The EMV Standardization of Terminology document outlines the use of this term over some antiquated designations such as "ICC" and "contactless chip card" as well as "contact chip card." In brief, the definition as per EMV is "A plastic card with a chip in it that communicates information to a payment or ATM terminal." As always in linguistics, usage is the true sole arbiter and norm of language, so it will be interesting to see how the January 2014 document's terminology is reflected in popular media, industry jargon, and common speech. I can remember a time when MasterCard was called MasterCharge, and Visa was called BankAmericard, and Woolco stores still dotted the landscape but somehow failed to dominate retail in the way that WalMart did a few years later. Credit cards were a different animal back in the 1970s, and even into the 1980s, where you could just use someone else's card on the basis that they lent it to you. Retailers did not seem to mind. In this day and age, letting a card out of your sight is grounds for pressing between stones in many villages and hamlets, and while you might get your kids their own cards you would never lend them yours. Of course, when I went to college there were people who would trade you a candy bar for a completed card application, and one of the really big oversized novelty bars that were not sold in stores. Days when being $400 in debt seemed like an insurmountable burden. If I could build a time machine, I would find myself at the age of 18 and slap him silly. That guy screwed up everything, and all I have to show for it today is his credit card. Controversy Some of the controversy about this technology is that it is 1990s tech applied to a 21st century marketplace. Indeed, EMV could end up being the 8-track tape of the payments world, but fortunately most terminals have USB ports that could accept the next level of authentication based on the foundation put in place by these microprocessors. For example, mobile wallets, HCE, pay-by-phone-number, and social media payments could supplant the use of plastic altogether. Smart wallets have the ability to accept just about every item in your current credit and debit portfolio. While store owners may feel like they are being bullied into upgrades, the alternative could be data breaches and vulnerabilities. Or, crooks could just end up doing more CNP fraud, though there are a new batch of consumer-level readers for PIN authentication that can be used with online purchases. How Chip Cards Work Contact cards work through the shiny contact pad on the surface. They are inserted into a reader, which then communicates with embedded microchips which can store data, carry out encryption functions, and verify PIN numbers. Even if the terminal is offline, the "chip and PIN" feature can authenticate the cardholder securely. Contactless versions need to be waved in close proximity to the reader, and in combination with the microchip there is an NFC or RFID device embedded into the plastic which communicates with the machine. Embedded microcontrollers also offer a technological advantage in that they can grow with technology. People can already get gigabytes of data on a thumb drive, and the same principle works with microcontroller technology, so at some future date your entire life history may fit into a single piece of plastic. This may pave the way for biometric authorization via fingerprints, retina scans, or voice recognition. Main menu Home Terminal More Credit Cards Privacy Policy Sources Bankrate Chase Copyright ? 2014 | Chip-Card.net | Design by Pikanai.com

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