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M-Commerce made easy

M-Commerce made easy

With the rise of mobile penetration, brands are trying to tap into M-commerce, but finding a seamless user experience has been difficult to achieve.
A start-up named Clover may have found a solution. They’ve created a one-click mobile application payment system which only requires entering your phone number and a PIN to authenticate the user and purchase.

Why it matters

Perhaps this solution is not the panacea for m-commerce, but it seems to take the right direction by easing its use and simplifying security. How could this innovation be used by brands to open new streams of trading?

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