According to the FAQ, Sello doesn't charge anything until transaction, and even then it's just credit card fees. Is that how they're making money on this, as a payment processor? Cause if so, that's a
strangenovel way to enter the processing business.
It was created by Shopify, so likely up-selling to the larger Shopify service. More here: http://techcrunch.com/2015/11/12/shopifys-new-app-sello-allows-anyone-create-an-online-store-from-their-phone/
Ah, that makes more sense. Thanks for the info
What will you Sello?
Sello lets you sell anything to anyone except the 57 things you can't sell according to their tos.
Good job there's more than 57 things on this planet.