Mobile banking is an increasingly popular financial tool among the millennial demographic, which is why Paykey, a Tel Aviv-based startup is implementing a banking-friendly keyboard extension, which enables peer-to-peer payments, without having to open a designated banking app.
This seamless social banking platform syncs with one's financial accounts, offering a streamlined means of personal payment. This means that if a friend contacts you for money, those funds can be transferred and deposited through a simple tap of the keyboard, which appears as the dollar sign symbol. The intuitive keyboard extension can recognize when finances are being discussed, prompting the device to offer a variety of options, including peer-to-peer payment, or account balance information.
Paykey's streamlined peer-to-peer payment method offers the millennial consumer a more efficient and socially integrated means of dealing with personal finances.
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