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Dorsey's First Square Scribbles

by Wochit 1:00 mins

Dorsey's First Square Scribbles

by Wochit 1:00 mins

In February 2009 Jack Dorsey had recently departed from Twitter, which he co-founded. But he was already getting excited about his next idea. When his longtime friend Jim McKelvey lost out on the sale of a $2,000 piece because he was unable to accept credit cards, together they realized that their powerful smartphone devices should be able to process credit cards. So Jack sat down in his apartment with engineer Tristan O’Tierney and drew a series of rough sketches to show how a smartphone credit card app might work. These are the earliest written blueprints for what became Square, a mobile payment system that would enable everybody with something to sell to accept credit cards.The service first became publicly available in October 2010. These drawings are now displayed in Square’s San Francisco offices.



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