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Mobile payment system Paydragon fights the food cart line

Molly Mchugh

Friday, April 13, 2012 - 08:53

Paydragon allows you to order from local food carts, pay via a card saved to the app, and then skip the line to pick up your food. Merchants are pinged when you place your order and use the Paydragon interface on their end to see how long customers have been waiting. You’ll also receive a notification when your order is ready.

The point-of-sale payments market is begging for disruption. The more smartphones invade our pockets, the more we’re all in pursuit of seamless transactions. Merchants and buyers both stand to gain, and perhaps the only looming issue is an abundance of competition.

It’s a big, roomy space right now, and plenty of platforms are ready to give it a go – including Paydragon. Paydragon (available for iOS and Android) allows you to order from local food carts, pay via a card saved to the app, and then skip the line to pick up your food. Merchants are pinged when you place your order and use the Paydragon interface on their end to see how long customers have been waiting. You’ll also receive a notification when your order is ready.

 

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Tags: Mobile Payments, Americas, POS, Mobile App, Paydragon

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