Is purchase now, pay later a sustainable enterprise mannequin? | FT Tech

Is purchase now, pay later a sustainable enterprise mannequin? | FT Tech
Is buy now, pay later a sustainable business model? | FT Tech

Pandemic lockdowns accelerated the already rising recognition of purchase now pay later transactions. However for the operators behind these transactions, margins are wafer skinny. So how sustainable is the enterprise mannequin?

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17 thoughts on “Is purchase now, pay later a sustainable enterprise mannequin? | FT Tech

  1. It’s ok, these people will complain about it in the future and blackmail the government into pay it off using other people’s money. This is in the UK but it’s quickly catching on in the US and just like everything else in this country people will abuse the heck out of it and dig holes for themselves to spiral down in. We are in a society where we are officially promoting bad financial habits. They keep coming up with new names for loan sharks and keep promoting unhealthy and irresponsible financial habits. If you can’t afford simple things like clothes, electronics or make up without having to divide it into 4 payments, then you really need to reevaluate your financial decisions. If you can’t afford something, don’t buy it? How hard is it for people to understand and implement that?

  2. With younger generation being more impulsive than before since education is more about "connect with your emotion" and less about "discipline at all cost from the 70's", Younger people will be more enslaved to their debt than ever before with this systeme. Teach your sons how to navigate before this model start to take more impact

  3. < first entered BTC in 2016 and has since stored/purchased sats at various prices. I have already undergone corrections and will probably experience more in the future. Volatility is simply the price to pay if they want to play. I don't have Alt as I'm a bit of a BTC Maxi, but that said, if BTC didn't die before, it surely won't now. Stay there – yes, we all feel the pain, but in the long run it will just be a blow. This is how I view past corrections when I felt I had hit a high (at the time I think it was under $1000 and bouncing all over the place!). Now when I look back, all I see is regret that I didn't have the courage to buy more at those times. But if you think BTC has value, then definitely buy the dips if you can afford it. For those who entered 60 or 70K and are feeling the crunch: hang in there. I have witnessed the last 3 cycles and just before each bull run the amount of bear posts and negativity around crypto is just like it is now. Bitcoin is entering the area of ​​where a bottom will be formed IMO. Please note this could take months and there will likely be further volatility in both directions. Absolutely cool update, still ongoing from my bitcoin day trading session with Brooks Harrison to watch closely Over a span of at least 9 weeks I was able to accumulate a total of 6.7 btc after trading with my initial 0.8 btc. Technical analysis is my second You can reach him on ͲeIєɠɾαm @Brooksharrison and on whatsapp @+18065020996. Bravo and thank me later.

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