- Session 3: Back End: Banks, Regulation, and Future Clearing
- Card Processing - Worldline
- Global Payments - World Bank
- Future Clearing - Ripple Labs
- Alternative Currencies - CoinApex
- National Infrastructure - US Federal Reserve
- General Discussion on Back-end Systems
- Daniel Appelquist
- Prakash Hariramani and Dave Raggett
- Daniel Appelquist, Prakash Hariramani, Erik Anderson, Jean-Claude Barbezange, Harish Natarajan, Bryan Sullivan, Dave Birch, Charles McCathie Nevile, Evan Schwartz, Dave Raggett, Max Raskin, Connie Theien, Manu Sporny, D. Jaromil Roio, Stan Stalnaker, Gray Taylor, StÃ©phane Boyera, Ricardo Varela, Bailey Reutzel, JÃ¶rg Heuer, Giridhar Mandyam, Wendy Seltzer, Jeremy King, and 80 others for a total of 103+ people
Prakash Hariramani is scribing.
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Topic: Session 3: Back End: Banks, Regulation, and Future Clearing
Stephane introduces the session moderator, Erik Anderson from Bloomberg
Erik introduces Jean Claude Barbezange from Worldline
Topic: Card Processing - Worldline
Slide 1: Legacy web payment mode
PAN = Personal Account Number
CVV = security code at back of card
Slide 3: Legacy Web Payment - Back end
Slide 4: Legacy web payment mode
Slide 5: New web payment mode (crypto currencies)
Slide 6: New web payment mode
Slide 7: New Web Payment mode: Back end
Slide 8: Conclusion
Topic: Global Payments - World Bank
Slide 4: Findings & policy implications ..
Slide 5: interoperability
Slide 7: Infrastructure and access interoperability//use of clearing & settlement
Slide 9: Legal and Regulatory Considerations
USE CASE: Payment process includes user informed consent requirements about "what they are getting into".
Laughter from audience.
Topic: Future Clearing - Ripple Labs
Next slide (no slide numbers unfortunately) : Ripple payments are . . .
Slide: Payments technologies are not interoperable ..
Slide: Web payments need decentralized clearing and settlement
Slide: Ripple connects payments technologies
Slide: Ripple connects payment networks (slide with Paypal, Bank of America logo)
Slide: Ripple has 4 broad categories of users
Slide: Send from any currency to any currency ..
Slide: Receive only the currency you want
USE CASE: Send money in any currency, have the network automatically do currency conversion, give currency at the other end in the receivers native currency.
Slide: Market makers facilitate exchange
Slide: Market makers compete on a distributed exchange
USE CASE: Market makers acting as a transfer agent (foreign exchange happens automatically)
Slide: Financial institutions act as entry/exit points on Ripple
Slide: Deal only with institutions you trust
Slide: Connected without needing any prior business arrangements
Picture of 2 Ripple gateways and market makers are between them doing currency conversion.
USE CASE: Transfer money through gateway providers of financial networks.
USE CASE: Knowing through which financial network your transaction will be delivered (you might care?).
Dave Raggett is scribing.
Topic: Alternative Currencies - CoinApex
Erik introducing Max from CoinAPex.
Topic: National Infrastructure - US Federal Reserve
Erik introduces Connie Theien from the US Federal Reserve
USE CASE: Electronically originated checks
USE CASE: Knowing what info will be required to supplement a transaction.
USE CASE: Knowing that data minimization principles are followed by systems in a payment chain
Topic: General Discussion on Back-end Systems
Someone from the audience says -"Is fixing the broken Card Not Present system in scope?"
Unknown person from audience - will crypto currencies become important for wallet to wallet transactions?
Chaals wanted to you wanted to say there is a market for VISA/Mastercard apart from interchange, and there are plenty of people living in wildly fluctuating currencies.
Laughter from the audience.
End of session 3.