According to sources, Alibaba’s initial measures may include introducing Tencent’s WeChat Pay to Taobao and Tmall; both parties are working on separate plans to relax restrictions.
Allegedly, Tencent may allow Alibaba’s e-commerce information to be shared on WeChat, or allow WeChat users to use some of Alibaba’s services through mini programs.
There has been relevant news before, but I didn’t expect it to land so soon. What is the superiority of socialism? The giants were originally engaged in zero-sum games, and they wished to have you without me. As a result, when the country started anti-monopoly, weren’t they obedient? Of course, if according to the current news, it is really possible to become a win-win, just as the stock price reflects. After all, what is the most annoying for Ali-based e-commerce platforms? There is no way for users to share shopping information to friends in the WeChat ecosystem, they can only get a bunch of garbled codes. As far as Tencent is concerned, once it is able to open up some Taobao and Tmall payment channels on Ali’s side, thinking and knowing with the belly button will greatly increase the utilization rate of WeChat payment. After all, for ordinary people, Alipay and WeChat can be used anyway, even if you look at your mood randomly, it is quite impressive. Of course, I believe that the intercommunication between Ali and Tencent is just the first step. After all, these two Internet giants are not the only ones in China, and the areas covered are not just e-commerce and payment. In the future, can Douyin and Kuaishou videos be shared with Moments? In the future, can Baidu search be used in WeChat? In the future, can copyright works of Tencent be shared and viewed on platforms of Ali, Baidu and Byte? In the future, will station B directly open a shortcut window for browsing Zhihu? I was wrong, the last one is not a giant.