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Square's Shift in Its Seller Platform Is Driving Pandemic Growth

Brian Withers, The Motley Fool
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Square (NYSE: SQ) started out as a way for merchants to capture in-person credit card payments, which has been a foundational growth engine as the company has built out its ecosystem. On this Motley Fool Live episode, recorded on March 3, Fool contributor Brian Withers talks about the transformational shift Square's customers are making, enabled by its ecosystem of software tools, and how that's made a difference for its merchants during the pandemic. Part of their original business was all around the seller platform, and allowing entrepreneurs, small businesses, restaurants, to be able to take credit card payments.