PaymentEye caught up with Christoph Tutsch, founder and CEO of ONPEX, at this year’s PayExpo about expanding into East Asia and the likelihood of cashless societies becoming the norm.
He spoke about how the future of payments should focus on becoming seamless to the point where people don’t even have to think about how they want to pay.
Look out for more videos of our time at PayExpo 2015, which are coming out soon!
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