Here's the list of retailers that currently form MCX http://i.imgur.com/InK0MVX.png Never heard of: ACME Fresh Market Alon Bahama Breeze buy buy Baby The Capital Grille Christmas Tree Shops Concoco Dillard's Eddie V's Face Values GetGo Giant Eagle HMS Host HyVee K (edit, I thought that stood for Kmart but apparently it stands for something else) Kum & Go Longhorn Steakhouse Maggiano's Meijer Michaels Philips 66 Price Rite Publix QT RaceTrac Rite Aid Seasons (something I can't even read s2?) Sheetz ShopRite Sundco (can't tell if its an d or o) Wawa Yard House I'm not sorry but that's like 95%+ of MCX. I can't see how CurrentC is going to succeed. 95%+ I have never seen in the Bay Area or are too little I don't even care. Obviously the big ones are: Best Buy Target Walmart Thought it was pretty funny. Apple Pay may have a smaller selection with like 7 stores part of Foot Locker but I unlike MCX, I got to 90% of Apple Pay's current supported stores. Hope they add: - Chipotle (said in meeting that they we're in talks and interested, not yet committed until 2015 because they're building a brand new iOS app) - Trader Joes (seems like the type of consumer friendly business that would support Apple Pay, Whole Foods already does) - Burger King / In N Out / Jack in the Box (not that I eat there much, but they'll want to compete with McDonalds) - Better food places (Five Guys, Wing stop, Krispy Kreme, Ike's, etc. I could see these jump on Apple Pay too) - Home Depot (good chance that it will support Apple Pay, since they got hacked and it advantage agains't Lowes) - REI (seems like the type of store that could do it, they already support Passbook) - More Sport Stadiums (Apple has pretty good relationship with MLB, also Levi's Stadium already supports it) Basically, the future of Apple Pay is looking pretty damn bright.