6 ways the 'Pay' wallets are fighting harder
Since the debut of Apple Pay in 2014, seemingly every major tech company and retailer has wanted its own 'Pay' wallet. The first wave seemed to largely copy Apple's model to benefit from the tech giant's marketing push. But lately each of these wallets has developed its own personality — and, presumably, its own must-have feature to pull consumers and merchants away from the competition.
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