|February 5, 2014|
|Amazon Rumored To Have Kindle Checkout System, P2P Payments|
|By Chris Crum|
| Late last year, Amazon acquired some technology and engineers from PoS solutions company Gopago.
This was reportedly a catalyst for what will soon become a new Kindle-based checkout system for physical retailers as well as a PayPal-like P2P payments service.
The Wall Street Journal cites multiple people briefed on the company’s plans who say Amazon will offer brick-and-mortars a Kindle tablet-based checkout system as early as this summer, and that there may be multiple plans with one including the tablets and credit card readers, and another including website development and data analysis services. [...]
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