I’ve written numerous times about chip-and-PIN credit cards, but mostly about how it’s frustrating that the technology has been adopted in Europe and Asia, but not in the United States. It makes international travel frustrating.
Some U.S. issuers started making chip-and-PIN cards this year, but they were small and exclusive banks such as the United Nations Federal Credit Union. Today, I’m a happy girl because, according to The Washington Post, Chase rolled out a chip-and-PIN card in November!
Keep on reading for more details and my list of my very favorite personal finance blog posts from the past week.