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PayPal buys Mobile Payment Firm CARD.IO

EBay Inc.’s subsidiary PayPal Inc., the famous online paiement firm,  said Tuesday it has acquired a company called card.io. The San Francisco-based company card.io provides technology for developers to capture credit card information by using the camera on a smartphone.

We first met with the team at Cardio when we were working on integrating their technology into the Paypal Here mobile app,” said Hill Ferguson, Paypal’s vice president of global product, on the firm’s blog. “They will help us create new experiences to make it even easier for consumers and merchants to use the Paypal digital wallet.

The card.io employees are expected to join PayPal’s global product team in San Jose, to facilitate the companies’ new enterprise. Card.io’s current technology will remain available for developers for use in their own applications, but it is not clear how long it will last.

Financial terms were not disclosed yet.

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