Netswipe Lets You Make Online Payments Using Your Webcam As A Card Reader

Netswipe Lets You Make Online Payments Using Your Webcam As A Card Reader

The new program is a simple and secure way of accepting credit card payments.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 september 2011

The Silicon Valley-based technology firm Jumio aims to simplify online payments with a new program called Netswipe. This lets people pay using their credit card by holding it up to a webcam, which ‘reads’ it and authenticates the purchase. The web version launched last month, followed by a recent WordPress plug-in that lets bloggers accept payments. Apps for both the iPhone and Android are due to be released in the next few weeks.

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