We are egerly waiting to provide this kind of service to more people later this year, WhatsApp global head Will Cathcart said in a statement at an event in New Delhi capital of India.
- Launch of its much-awaited payments service — WhatsApp Payments — will launch in India later this year.
- Top Messenger service provider WhatsApp will give $100,000 to WTI award winners this year, which is a flagship initiative of NITI Aayog.
Will Cathcart further added, “To boost digital inclusion in India, we can launch the (Payment) service across the India later this year after meeting regulations.
He’re you should feel proud if you are an Indian, that India’s digital payments industry is estimated to hit $1 trillion by 2023 and there are number of digital payment based service apps coming up to fill the gap. You might have seen the aggresiveness of other companies.
WhatsApp payments feature
Let me tell you that Whatsapp has been testing its payment service with 10 million users in India since last year. At present, the number of WhatsApp users in India has increased to 430 million.
Significantly, due to the problem of RBI, conditions of authentication payment and data storage, there is a delay in the introduction of Whatsapp payment service in India. Although WhatsApp said in the past year, according to the terms of the RBI, the company has prepared a system to store payment
Please comment or share if you like our Post. Thank You !