EMV is a fraud-resistant, computer-chip credit card authentication protocol, designed to replace the magnetic stripe card authentication for point-of-sale terminals. Already adopted in Europe, Canada and the rest of the industrialized world, it is coming to the United States to provide more security against credit card fraud.
EMV credit cards have a built-in chip that serves three main purposes: 1) Store credit card data; 2) Conduct transaction processing: 3) Provide dynamic cryptographic authentication.
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