Amazon introduced "Just Walk Out" payment system to its own grocery store in Seattle, USA

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On June 17, it was reported that "Amazon Fresh," a grocery store that was opened by "Amazon" in Seattle, Washington, has launched "Just Walk Out," paying without a cash register system. With this system, products picked up are recognized by cameras and sensors installed in the store, and visitors can shop without paying at a cash register. In addition, before the visitors enter the store, they can select whether to pay at a cash register normally or without paying at a cash register. If they select a cash register, they can pay by credit card, debit card, or "palm-scanning payment" that uses biological information.

Source: Diamond Chain Store Online "Grocery Store "Amazon Fresh" New Store Opened Introducing Paying Without a Cash Register" (June 17, 2021) (link available in Japanese only)

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