PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.
PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.

Thanks to mahjong and poker, HSBC’s e-wallet hits new milestone on pandemic-driven surge in online payments

  • Hong Kong has seen a three-fold jump in transaction volume passing through HKMA’s Faster Payment System
  • Protests, and now Covid-19, have quickened the transition to electronic payment platforms from cash and plastic cards
Topic |   Banking & Finance
PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.
PayMe is a peer-to-peer payment app introduced by HSBC in Hong Kong in February 2017. It allows users to transfer funds and pay participating merchants for online or in-store purchases. Photo: Handout.
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