According to the PhoCusWright report, this points to an increasing acceptance of mobile payments, and that consumers are either less wary of potential security breaches or have come to terms with it as a reasonable risk tradeoff. While stored payment information and entering credit card information on mobile has gained acceptance, seamless mobile payment solutions such as Apple Pay are still gaining steam. Only 48% of respondents claimed comfort with the use of NFC or other phone-based technologies to pay for transactions. Even so, this is only a 10% difference to storing/entering credit card information, and will no doubt increase as more smartphones are shipped with seamless mobile payment technology. Get the full story at Tnooz