Apple Pay has expanded rapidly in Europe, reaching more than a dozen European countries

There are signs that Apple Pay, led by Tim Cook, is on the road to expansion.

Apple Pay has great potential. The moment a store can accept any payment through Apple Pay, Apple Pay will truly realize its own payment. This is where Apple Pay will use other payment methods.

Apple is looking to Europe, following the widespread adoption of Apple Pay in the us and UK. Apple Pay is known to be available in more than 10 European countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, the Netherlands, Romania and Slovenia.

Apple Pay will reportedly launch in Slovakia on Wednesday, following its launch in the Netherlands earlier this month.

In Slovenia, users can add bank cards from Boon, Edenred, J.T. Banka, Monese, N26, Revolut, Slovenska Sporitelna, Tatra Banka and mBank to Apple Pay. The same is true in other countries, where Apple Pay can support several banks.

Apple Pay is making steady progress in Europe and the Middle East, with stops in Poland, Norway, kazakhstan, Belgium, Germany, the Czech republic, Saudi Arabia, Austria and Iceland in the past year.

The CEO said Apple Pay will be available in more than 40 countries and regions by the end of 2019.