Most of the Netherlands was in complete lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus. Now, with the first stage of a five-phase lockdown exit plan in effect, some institutions and businesses will be again allowed to reopen. The Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, reopened today. In order to make the experience safer for people in a post-COVID-19 world, the leading online payments platform Adyen is partnering with the Rijksmuseum.
Adyen and Rijksmuseum minimise COVID-19 risks with cashless payments
Cashless payments are currently the best bet for minimising the risk of transmitting the Coronavirus. Adyen and Rijksmuseum are long-time partners that were planning to roll out cashless payment options. However, this project was accelerated due to the COVID-19 crisis. Adyen already processes online payments for Rijksmuseum and helps protect the establishment against fraudulent transactions and reduce the number of chargebacks with the implementation of Adyen’s risk tool, Revenue Protect.