WhatsApp owner promised that the avaibltiy of payment and money transfer in the WhatsApp messenger will be launched in the upcoming six months in other countries, except India.
Whats is WhatsApp Pay and how it Works?
WhatsApp Pay is based on the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) - a quick transfer system that unites all banks in supporting countries. Any user can connect their bank card to the WhatsApp messenger and send money directly through the chat messenger interface. So you can transfer money to a friend and family all over the world.
Why WhatsApp Pay first chose India?
Facebook chose India to test payments due to the anomalous popularity of WhatsApp in this country. This allows you to identify all kinds of problems before introducing the system in other countries. And while WhatsApp remains the most popular messenger in the world. Zuckerberg said that now the daily audience of the service is 1.7 billion users, reports Indiatimes.
Why WhatsApp Pay will not support in India?Here is the answer: - Money transfer on WhatsApp has been tested in India for more than a year, but the company encountered difficulties at the stage of processing verification documents for this payment system.
Now WhatsApp plans to expand the WhatsApp Payment function to other countries, but the exact list of countries has not yet been listed.