Yapital launches in WASGAU supermarkets in Germany

Wednesday 3 December 2014 11:52 CET | News

European cross-channel payment system operator Yapital has launched at 200 checkouts in WASGAU supermarkets in Germany, enabling consumers to pay via smartphones.

Consumers can use the Yapital app on their smartphone to scan a QR code displayed on the card terminal and confirm the purchase amount with a click. Around 50 of the approximately 90 WASGAU stores now provide payment by smartphone, the rest are set to follow shortly.

Yapital is a European cashless cross-channel payment service across all channels including stationary, mobile and online as well as via invoice. Yapital was founded in 2011 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Otto-Group. Yapital is licensed as an electronic money institution in Luxembourg.

In recent news, Luxembourg-based book retailer ERNSTER - l`esprit livre and Yapital have unveiled the ‘Scan2Order’ feature.

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