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PayPal keen on collaboration for cash-free future

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Posted August 12, 2013
Online financial transactions titan PayPal says it is keen to collaborate with others as it strives for a cash-free future.

Online financial transactions titan PayPal says it is keen to collaborate with others as it strives for a cash-free future.

Online financial transactions titan PayPal says it is keen to collaborate with others as it strives for a cash-free future.

“We are all about working with developers to let them take advantage of the heavy lifting we’ve done when it comes to moving money around the world,” Hill Ferguson, the company’s vice president of global product, told AFP.

PayPal—founded 15 years ago with a vision of becoming a global currency—has also been working with stores in the United States and abroad to let people pay for almost anything with Internet-Age digital wallets.

The trend is proliferating around the globe, according to Ferguson.

“People use their identities to represent themselves when they want to buy something, and merchants get easier ways to know who their customers are and focus on the personalized experiences,” he said.

“We really see the future of money as being completely digital—bringing the experience to the front and the payment to the background,” he added. “Right now, it is just the opposite.”

 

Read more at: Phys.org

 

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