PayPal's Vision for Payments Is Just Plain Cool

At the Transact 2014 payments conference in Las Vegas, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Patrick Morris got a chance to look into eBay's PayPal business, and its vision for the future of payments processing. And that vision is very cool.

In this segment of Where the Money Is, the guys discuss how allowing a merchant to make a transaction and accept payments for goods or services is officially table stakes. They talk about how PayPal is looking beyond that, to see how it can bring both merchants and consumers so much more, each time that consumer does some spending.

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