PayPal Debuts A Simpler, Native Checkout Experience For Merchants And Expands Beacon Internationally

TechCrunch

We’ve been hearing a lot about PayPal’s ambitions to integrate technology into the offline and mobile experience, with the recent launch of Beacon, a device that enables hands free checkins in stores and payments. But much of the core of PayPal’s business is its online payments and checkout technology which is used by many online merchants to enable payments. Today, the payments giant is debuting a simpler checkout experience online for merchants to embed in their e-commerce sites.

Similar the existing “pay with PayPal” technology, purchasers can click a pay with PayPal icon on a merchant’s site at checkout. But instead of being taken to a PayPal page, the entire payments experience, including logging into PayPal, choosing a credit card/account, inputting billing/shipping info and more, takes place in a small window on the retailer’s page. So you never leave the retailer at all.

PayPal says it is piloting this new…

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