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Compared even to competitors like Google Wallet, which lets you send cash using its sleek new app or using Gmail, Square Cash is freakishly minimal.Apps like Pay Pal and services like Chase Quick Pay require many steps to complete a task that, from a consumer perspective, seems simple: sending money to a friend.Upon opening the app, you’re presented with a number pad for entering a dollar amount.The app then drops the number you have typed into an email and cc's [email protected] average user will see no account settings screen or interface to speak of.
Now, to be completely clear, these numbers cannot be used to purchase any item. The credit card number generator uses a system based off of the Luhn Algorithm, which has been used to validate numbers for decades.
The company declined to provide any details about its anti-spoofing methods.
Square is debuting its own i Phone and Android app for Cash as well, but not in the conventional sense.
At a Columbia University talk in mid-September, Square CEO Jack Dorsey said, "Payments change over a very broad period of time, but we’re trying to shrink that period." He explained that with Square, he isn’t looking to kill credit cards or create some new medium or currency for transactions, but instead to make handling the currencies we already use more efficient.
He capped off his talk with a quote from science fiction legend William Gibson: "The future has already arrived, it’s just not evenly distributed yet." With Square Cash, Dorsey and company have thought about both the technology and the simplest way to distribute it: an established medium like email, which we all know how to use.
Type a friend’s name, hit send, and the money is transferred.