Amazon is trying to convince restaurants and gas stations to accept Amazon Pay, its digital wallet, according to The Wall Street Journal. The experience could mirror that of Apple Pay and Google Pay, which require customers to scan a code on their phones. Amazon has a long way to go. In its current form, people can use their Amazon login credentials to pay on some web sites other than Amazon....
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