Payments Network

A payment network is a system that enables two parties to exchange money or other value-based assets. Often, these networks are created and operated by financial institutions, but there are also some that are open to the public. The most common type of payment network is a credit card network, which allows cardholders to make purchases with their credit cards. Other examples of payment networks include PayPal, Venmo, and Square.

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