When it launched its Payments Platform, PayPal announced it would not be able to support Amazon Payments.
While Amazon is the largest online payment provider by revenue, it only supports PayPal.
That left PayPal in a difficult position: it couldn’t accept payments from Amazon, because PayPal didn’t have an easy way to make them.
Instead, PayPal made an effort to get the money directly from PayPal to Amazon.
That meant using Amazon’s payment processing and payment processor API.
Amazon has a huge amount of infrastructure to handle the Amazon Payments API, which is a huge leap for a company that has never been a payments company.
PayPal’s Payments API solution was a huge success for PayPal.
It took months to integrate the API into the PayPal system.
But the API has proven useful for other companies, and PayPal’s API is used by other businesses.
PayPal now supports the Amazon Payment Platform and is rolling out support for Amazon Payments in 2018.
This has opened up PayPal to many new companies and services.
Now, PayPal is the leader in using Amazon Payments for its PayPal payments.