In an era where mobile app monetization has been a key feature of the online app marketplace, some entrepreneurs are turning to mobile to monetize their businesses.
Kata, a Japanese startup, has launched a mobile-based payment platform called KataPay, which offers a mobile payment solution.
Kata has partnered with major payment processors like Stripe, Mastercard, and Mastercard Plus to offer a mobile version of its mobile payment platform.
Katalapay is designed for small businesses to pay for their goods and services through mobile devices.
According to the company, the platform’s mobile payments app will be used by 2.5 million merchants globally by 2020.
Kamiya is another mobile-focused payment app, which is designed to enable businesses to accept payments through their phones and pay through their credit cards.
Kissanan is a mobile payments platform designed to allow small businesses, especially those who do not have access to an ATM, to pay their customers using mobile phones and to offer an online payment option.
The Kamiya mobile app allows merchants to accept payment through mobile phones or pay using their credit card at an ATM.
According a press release, Kamiya is the first payment app to allow mobile payments at the point of sale.
Kara is a payments app that helps merchants create and pay for digital and physical goods with ease.
The app is based on Stripe’s payment platform, Stripe Card, and allows customers to create and submit a digital or physical item to their Kamiya payment app.
Kaya is a payment platform that allows businesses to set up their own mobile payments.
The platform lets customers pay for goods and service on mobile devices using credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, Visa, or American Express.
The Kaya app enables businesses to sell online products using the Kaya mobile app and pay with PayPal.
PayPal also announced a partnership with Kaya and Kamiya to allow customers to make payments with PayPal and other mobile payment options through the Kamiya app.
Kamiya and Kaya are the first mobile payment apps to offer mobile payments through PayPal, according to a press statement.
Payment processor Stripe announced a collaboration with Kamiya in 2017 to allow businesses to integrate Stripe with Kata.
According an announcement, Kata will allow businesses with an existing Stripe mobile payment app and the Kata mobile app together to make PayPal payments.
Stripe has already integrated Kamiya into its mobile app platform, and is actively working on integrating Kamiya with Stripe.