(Bloomberg) -- Back in 2012, the prospect of consumers paying for things using their phones seemed close at hand. Analysts predicted explosive growth -- to the tune of $60 billion in in-store "mobile proximity transactions" in the U.S. by 2016.
Since then they’ve had to dial back expectations.
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