- 48% of small businesses that accept credit cards are now chip-enabled
- This is up from 31% in August before new rules went into effect
- Most plan on upgrading at some point in the future
PRINCETON, N.J. -- About half (48%) of small-business owners who accept credit cards now have chip-enabled systems in place. This is up from 31% in the third quarter of last year, just before new rules on liability for credit card fraud committed at point-of-sale card readers took effect in October.