Here's a surprising statistic you might like to share:
According to eMarketer's blog post, the statistics only apply to US-based "proximity" mobile payments -- meaning we're only talking about payments made at a cash register in a store, not online shopping, and not payments you make to friends with Venmo, PayPal, Facebook Messenger and so on.
I guess it makes sense that Starbucks is bigger, though: it's been working on this. Apple Pay didn't launch .
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