Consumers can now pay for goods and services using a wide range of e-payment options. A report by JP Morgan this year showed that 14 per cent of e-payments here are now made using a digital wallet. It also predicted that the use of digital wallets would rise over the next two years, to make up 22.5 per cent of all sales by 2021.
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Consumers can now pay for goods and services using a wide range of e-payment options. A report by JP Morgan this year showed that 14 per cent of e-payments here are now made using a digital wallet. It also predicted that the use of digital wallets would rise over the next two years, to make up 22.5 per cent of all sales by 2021.