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Re: [w3c/webpayments] QR use cases (#257)

From: Anders Rundgren <notifications@github.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2020 05:18:56 -0800
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Since the "second device" with a native payment application is pretty much the de-facto standard these days, most systems probably work as follows:
- If on a desktop: checkout with XYZ-pay using QR
- If on a mobile: checkout with XYZ-pay

An advantage with this arrangement is that you can use the same scheme at PoS terminals as on the desktop Web.

A minor "glitch" in this scheme is that the definition of mobile versus desktop is not entirely clear.

A problem with building on the payment sheet in the browser is that it haven't got much traction.

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