Cashless bike sharing service available via WeChat
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Shanghai-based Mobike urban bike sharing service has expanded into cities across China, and into Singapore, via the popular messaging app WeChat. Using a miniapp located in the Wallet section of WeChat, users can now quickly and easily reserve and pay for a bike without having to launch another application. A reservation is held for 15 minutes, and cyclists unlock the bike using their smartphone. WeChat users are able to use funds in that application’s wallet to pay for Mobike, as well as paying via the Mobike app itself. Mobike provides incentives in the form of in-app credits for good use…
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