Facebook co-founder Mark Jukerberg is waiting for green signal from Govt. to start the peer-to-peer payments WhatsApp Payment feature. The company is planning to lunch this feature for all it’s 20 crore users across the globe.
Recently WhatsApp is going through tough government confrontations owing to spread of fake massages in its messaging plaform. Still the Menlo Park giant is in a mood to lunch the Payment feature for its Instant Mobile Messeging Platform users.
In the second quarter of 2018, Facebook co-founder Mark Jukerberg told the reporters the company is testing this feature in the Indian market for quite some time.
He further said, this feature will assist the users to send money instantly using the messeging app platform and it will be a quite convenient process. This has also been accepted a lot by the users. But this facility will be made available to all once the govt. gives a go ahead.
We must tell you here that in the beginning of this year, Facebook had pushed this feature to almost 10lakh users for testing purpose through its beta version.
The Indian WhatsaPP users who have already tested this feature in their device say that WhatsApp has added a lot of Indian banks in the list for transaction and the Payment Feature is shown in the Settings menu.
So if you are also intersted to use this feature in your Instant Messeging App, then keep visiting our webpage BlogZamana. We shall bring you update, once this feature is live.