Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Patrick Morris got a chance to listen to Ariel Bardin, VP of product management and payments at Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL), give a keynote speech at this year's Transact conference on the payments business, held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In this segment from Where the Money Is, the guys give some of the key takeaways for them on Google's view on the mobile payments business. Patrick discusses how we have finally reached an inflection point where the much-discussed "big change" in mobile payments has finally arrived, while Matt takes a look at how Google can bring game-changing new ways to accept payment to even the smallest merchants.

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