BBVA Trials an “Invisible” Payment Solution

BBVA Trials an “Invisible” Payment Solution

The Spanish group pilots a prototype “invisible” in-store checkout system with help from their employees in Madrid. They may now pay for food and drinks without having to wait in line, pull out their card, or their mobile phone. The idea is to streamline customer experience as much as possible.

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