Ontario’s first ecommerce market is opening in two weeks.
The new marketplace is going to be called PicPay and it is going live on Wednesday, October 27.
The website will allow anyone in Ontario to sell goods and services using a digital credit card, a mobile app, or the PicPay mobile app.
The PicPay website is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Korean.
It will also be available in Portuguese and Japanese.
Ontario’s first digital credit-card market is coming online on Wednesday.
As part of the rollout, PicPay will allow for the purchase of goods and service using credit cards, mobile phones, or an ecommerce platform.
“It’s about being able to use the credit card that we already have in Ontario, but being able buy stuff online and get paid directly from the vendor,” said Brian Prentice, Picpay’s executive director.
It’s a similar idea that is currently going on in Ontario’s second market, the ecommerce credit-cards market. “
You can buy things that are going to cost you more, or you can do things that will get you paid instantly, so I think that’s really important to us.”
It’s a similar idea that is currently going on in Ontario’s second market, the ecommerce credit-cards market.
Prentice said the Picpay platform will allow Canadians to pay for goods and to make purchases online using a credit card.
It will also allow PicPay to offer a variety of payment options, such as prepaid cards, prepaid cards with credit limits and the ability to use an online platform to process transactions.
PicPay has a new website.
In Ontario, PicPays are going up as soon as they can, he said.
With files from The Canadian Press