Robert_Charlton - 11:53 pm on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)
Micropayments are something I've always thought could solve a lot of problems with regard to creative content on the web... as content does cost money to produce.
Because of the fragmented experience of the web, though, various questions arise about how micropayments might work. It appears that they've given this some thought....
We’re told that PayPal wants to replicate the act of putting another quarter in a gaming machine to continue to play a game, except in an online equivalent. The company wants to lower the friction point of leaving things, whether that be within a game, while reading content, or watching videos.