Amazon adds Venmo as a supported payment system

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As already mentioned last year, Amazon has announced the introduction of Venmo as a supported payment system. The novelty concerns the American market and arrives a few weeks after the start of Black Friday, a period in which Amazon records, every year, record results in terms of sales. Here are all the details:

Amazon adds Venmo as a payment system

The news is certainly very interesting as Venmo is a payment service owned by PayPal. Amazon’s support was also announced directly by PayPal which has over 90 million people using the service in North America.

PayPal has confirmed that Venmo will be available to all Amazon users, as a payment option, by Black Friday, scheduled in about a month. Users who take advantage of the service will be able to add Venmo as a payment system from their Amazon account settings.

Venmo is a smobile payment service designed to allow easy money exchanges between its users. Amazon’s introduction of support represents a major breakthrough for the service that could be rolled out globally in the future. We remind you that Venmo has already supported cryptocurrencies for some time and this function has allowed the service to attract several new users.