The way i worked it on
f-mode(http://www.fmode.co.jp/) aparrel site was
something like below
 User charges his Edy compatible mobile
 Goes to the merchant site for shopping
 if payment is edy then merchant site contacts
Bitwallet service provider
 Bitwallet sends in a mail with a link
 User clicks link and this starts the iappli
 user completes payment process thru a few
 On completion the service provider sends in a
confirmation to merchant application. "Payment
received" process can then be executed at
 Merchant side can send him the "thankyou
As against the credit card way of 2 levels of
AUTHORIZATION AND CAPTURE this process is a
single level stuff.
--- Nobuyuki Paul Aoki <aoki_at_bluetree.jp> wrote:
> Curt Sampson wrote:
> > Looks like Toho cinemas is now doing advance
> movie ticketing on
> > Felica-equipped keitai:
> > http://www.tohocinemas.co.jp/vit/ic.html
> > Presumably the money to pay for the ticket
> comes from your Edy
> > application. Does anyone know for sure?
> Edy uses a separate Edy iAppli to subtract the
> money stored on your
> keitai. They may however offer an interface
> which this appli uses. But
> I would think that the edy part would be
> explained on this faq.
> > I'd like to accept Edy payments online, too.
> I wonder how one does it?
> You simply have to contact bitwallet at their
> website: http://www.edy.jp
> I have implemented it on the habbo hotel
> website at:
> They offer mobile edy (felica keitai) and cyber
> edy (edy cards with usb
> pasoli) services to use. There are of course,
> setup fees.
> Nobuyuki Paul Aoki
> "End of Line."
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Received on Wed Mar 2 08:42:14 2005