What is Embedded Payments?
Embedded payments refer to a payment system that is seamlessly integrated into a website or application. This allows customers to make purchases without leaving the website or app.
Embedded payments are becoming increasingly popular among e-commerce businesses, as they provide a smooth and convenient checkout experience for customers. Examples of embedded payment systems include PayPal, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet. By using embedded payments, businesses can reduce cart abandonment rates and increase sales. Additionally, embedded payments offer increased security, as customers' payment information is stored securely on the website or app.
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