Citcon Expands Ecommerce Payments Presence to South Korea and Japan

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar 7, 2022–

Citcon, Inc . the leading mobile wallet payment provider enabling global commerce at scale, today announced that it has expanded its global footprint to encompass South Korea and Japan. Merchants using Citcon ’s global payments gateway can now transact with consumers in these markets using all local payment methods, including more than 30 locally issued credit and debit cards and eight popular digital wallets, all through a single payments gateway.

Retail ecommerce and digital sales in Asia Pacific totaled nearly $2.99 trillion in 2021. Japan and Korea are the 4th and 5th largest markets for digital sales and ecommerce transactions in the world, and the 2 nd and 3 rd largest in the region ranking only behind global leader, China. Together Japan and South Korea account for more digital commerce than Germany, France and India, combined. 1


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