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Payment Method Identifiers


feedback due by: 2019-04-03


This specification defines payment method identifiers and how they are validated, and, where applicable, minted and formally registered with the W3C. Other specifications (e.g., the Payment Request API) make use of these identifiers to facilitate monetary transactions on the web platform.

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There has been no change in dependencies on other workings groups during the development of this specification. 

This document was published by the Web Payments Working Group as a Candidate Recommendation. This document is intended to become a W3C Recommendation.

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