provisioning Tokens to Enabled Wallets; (c) managing delivery of M/Chip Card art; (d) Token mapping; (e) crypto validation; (f) customer service tools; and (g) routing instructions to Enabled Wallets based on Mastercard and Bank events (e.g., lifecycle management events, such as Token suspensions and deactivations). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Second Amendment, M/Chip Cards will be enabled for provisioning into only those digital wallets approved by Bank and VS in writing.
4.2 Token Issuer Data. VS and Bank agree that Mastercard may deliver the following transaction-specific information to the user interfaces of Enabled Wallet Providers for payment transactions executed through the Plan, such information may include, but is not limited to, the following: recordId, transactionIdentifier, transactionType, amount, currencyCode, authorizationStatus, transactionTimestamp, merchantName, merchantType, merchantPostalCode, and tokenUniqueReference.
5. DSRP Implementation
5.1 VS acknowledges that in order to accept remote payment transactions initiated by a Digital Payment Application (i.e., transactions where the Credit Card or an Enabled Wallet is not physically present, such as in-app, online, and other e-commerce transactions), VS must have DSRP Implementation enabled.
5.2 VS agrees to: a) use the Mastercard Requirements solely to develop DSRP Implementations for use in the Plan, and b) use such DSRP Implementations solely for the purpose of authorizing DSRP Transactions made through the Plan.
6. Plan Trademarks. For purposes of the utilization of the Mastercard services and private label network to facilitate M/Chip Card transactions and enablement of certain related digital functionality VS hereby grants to Bank, as of the Second Amendment Effective Date, a nonexclusive, worldwide, limited, nontransferable license, to copy, distribute, display, and use VS’ Trademarks designated by VS to Bank for use in the Plan, and agrees that Bank may sub-license those rights as needed to Mastercard and Enabled Wallet Providers, solely as outlined below:
6.1 As described in the Mastercard Requirements, including for purposes of providing the Digitization Enablement Services, including the right to display VS Trademarks as part of images of an M/Chip Card that has been provisioned into an Enabled Wallet and on the user interface of Enabled Wallets.
6.2 Solely with advance written permission from VS, for Mastercard to promote, market, or otherwise describe Mastercard’s tokenization, credentialing, and digital payments capabilities in any Marketing Materials, including for the purpose of identifying the Plan as a program that uses such technology and services.
VS retains all rights in and to its Trademarks and all goodwill associated with use of the Trademarks shall inure solely to VS’ benefit. Any permitted use of VS’ Trademarks will comply with all written trademark usage guidelines provided by VS to Bank. VS shall have the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to refuse any proposed use of its Trademarks in or on any M/Chip Card, M/Chip Card image, Enabled Wallet, promotional or marketing materials or otherwise; provided, however, that no reasonable use consistent with this Second Amendment as required for providing the Digitization Enablement Services, as stated in Section 6.1 above, will be refused. VS acknowledges that such a refusal may preclude VS’ utilization of the Mastercard services that are the subject of this Second Amendment. Bank shall cease all use of the Name Rights licensed pursuant to this Second Amendment upon the termination of this Second Amendment for any reason unless Bank retains the Accounts after termination of the Second Amendment, in which case Bank may use such Name Rights