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Read the Tamebay Payments Position Paper

By Chris Dawson August 9, 2018 - 9:00 am

This year we are releasing a series of position papers, aiming to capture different news which crosses multiple marketplaces and channels and collate the news on the different subjects, to make it easier for you to find when it’s of interest. This week we turn our focus to Payments and look at how they revolutionised online selling and marketplaces.

Many think of PayPal as the original online payment service, but they started out as an online bank and only later become a fully fledged emoney service. Today consumers demand ever more choice on how they pay, when they pay and what credentials they use to pay with.

You can read our Position Paper on Payments online or download for free to read offline.

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