The payments feature will help users to transact on Facebook Marketplace and make payments through Messenger. Facebook is trying to build a complete payments ecosystem where users can buy, sell and make payments without leaving the app.
After a beta run, the WhatsApp payments feature still awaits a full roll out. But in the latest report, it has been revealed that WhatsApp may have shared the payments data of users with its parent Facebook. The WhatsApp payments feature is…
The company plans to start working along with multiple Asset Management Companies (AMCs) across the country to sell and support its investment properties like Paytm Mutual Funds and Equity. Paytm will to carry out all the new operations…
Whatsapp, India’s most beloved and used messenger app has introduced peer to peer payments for some users, and this has the potential to change everything. Existing dominant mobile wallet Paytm, which had been enjoying a free run till now,…
Since the demonetisation back in November 2016, the push for the cashless payments and digital wallets has been immense. Lately several online, as well as offline establishments, have started accepting digital payment.
If reports are to be believed, WhatsApp Payments could go live in the next month and India may become the first country to receive this feature. The platform is currently in the final phases of testing with a select group of users.
The new features of WhatsApp will allow you to watch YouTube videos within the app itself and record longer audio messages without holding down the button.
WhatsApp Payments will be launching first in India. The digital payments market here is already crowded with established players. How will WhatsApp fare?