Bluesky Charging Pile has realized the online value storage function, and users can store value online. At the same time, local value storage methods are also widely used.
As two different payment methods, locally stored value and online stored value each has a series of advantages and disadvantages,
allowing charging pile users with different needs to flexibly choose the stored value method.
1. Store value online
Online stored value is a payment method that has emerged in recent years. Through the Internet platform, users can store a certain amount of funds in the Bluesky charging pile management platform through online payment tools.
The biggest advantage of this method is that users can store value anytime and anywhere as long as there is an Internet connection.
Online stored value breaks geographical restrictions and provides people with a more convenient payment method.
The advantage of storing value online is its high level of convenience. Users only need to complete payment through mobile phones, computers, and other devices without carrying physical cards.
In addition, users can make payments and check balances anytime and anywhere, which is convenient and fast.
The introduction of online recharge methods can facilitate operators to launch various recharge promotions and attract more users to recharge.
However, compared with local stored value, online stored value also has some disadvantages that cannot be ignored.
First of all, for some older people or people who are not familiar with technology, there may be a certain learning curve in using online payment tools.
At the same time, because it relies on the Internet, it may be affected by network delays,
disconnections, and other problems, resulting in poor payment or failure.
Secondly, as network security issues continue to become more prominent,
the security of users’ personal information and funds has also become a major challenge for online stored value.
For merchants, since locally stored value can only be operated by administrators, customers can recharge only when they go to the corresponding site,
which better maintains customer relationships and promotes sales.
2. Locally stored value
In real life, local stored value and online stored value do not exist in isolation but complement each other.
Many people use these two stored value methods at the same time in their daily lives and choose the appropriate payment method according to the specific situation.
For example, when charging offline, it is convenient to recharge the membership card offline, so you can directly use the local stored value method;
when charging remotely, if the account balance is insufficient, you can choose the online stored value method.
This combination not only retains the convenience of local value storage but also gives full play to the flexibility and security of online value storage.
To sum up, local stored value and online stored value each have their advantages and disadvantages, but in future development,
the two are expected to achieve closer integration. In our Bluesky charging pile management system,
users who use Bluesky charging piles to charge will be able to complete payments more conveniently and safely and enjoy a new charging payment experience.