A new study by Square found that people who used Apple Pay and other types of NFC payments were more likely to tip than those who used a physical credit card. The findings come from a six week look at the Portland market and “thousands” of retailers using Square’s new card reader which accepts both EMV (chip) cards as well as NFC mobile payments. During that time, Square says 67 percent of people who swiped a card left a tip. EMV cards made folks a bit more generous (71 percent), but the ease of NFC payments saw 73 percent of…

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