Minno - Looking for the perfect way to implement micropayments on the web

Minno – Looking for the perfect way to implement micropayments on the web

One of the main problems of e-commerce is that many do not give your credit card details to buy services of little value. We can create a good article, with spectacular content, or a great ebook that many will buy on the corner for 50 cents, but few will report bank details for such a small amount. Minno is another initiative that has just been launched in search of the perfect solution. The idea is that we all have an account loaded with money there, and that we can access any game, service, document or application with the push of a button, being also extremely easy to install on any website. With a few lines of javascript we can have our button installed on the access page to what we offer, be it a video, an ebook, an application or an article. The user, connected to his Minno account through his Facebook data, will only have to click the link to access what is being sold. The idea is good, although it is still very crude. It requires fewer steps than PayPal and may be easier to understand for those who are not used to online shopping, but to be successful it will have to launch around the world with a spectacular marketing campaign that turns it into a fever … and that it’s not easy … Link: Minno | Goes techcrunch