Adyen rolls out online payments in Dutch museum

The payment platform helped the museum to become cashless

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Adyen rolls out online payments in Dutch museum. Source: unsplash.com

Adyen has teamed up with Rijksmuseum to enable cashless payments. This way, visitors are currently able to pay by a card or any other preferred payment method throughout the entire museum.

According to information, Rijksmuseum’s transition to cashless will allow customers to purchase tickets via QR codes and digital wallets such as Apple Pay.

Adyen already processes online payments for the museum thus protecting transactions against fraud. What is more, it would reduce the number of chargebacks with the implementation of Adyen’s risk tool, Revenue Protect.

There are multiple advantages to these innovations. Ticket queues will be shorter, visitors can complete their purchases at point of sale terminals, and pay using their preferred payment methods, all reducing the necessity of physical proximity to museum staff and visitors. This will streamline the entry of the large number of foreign visitors the Rijksmuseum can hopefully welcome again soon
Pieter van der Does, co-founder and CEO of Adyen

We’ve reported that PayPal and PruPay have teamed up to launch an easier way for merchants to request one-time payments from consumers via text messages.

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