Will Tibit, Blendle or Flattr Win the ‘Micropayment War’?

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You might have noticed a resurgent buzz lately about one of journalism’s oldest digital revenue schemes: micropayments.

The idea of charging small amounts of money — generally between 10 and 90 cents — for individual articles has been around since the birth of the internet. But with online advertising revenue increasingly threatened by ad blockers, or being siphoned away by social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, micropayments are receiving renewed interest from news publishers seeking to diversify their revenue.

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