Inter-user payments within the WhatsApp messaging application will reach several countries later this year as part of the international extension of this service.

WhatsApp payments, which are already available in India, Brazil, Mexico, and the United Kingdom, will continue to expand to more countries as agreements are reached with local financial institutions.

The service is integrated into the messaging application so that one user can send money to another, and vice versa, which just requires linking a banking account.

In this way, WhatsApp searches for a piece of the market created by Dwolla or Bizum, that of instant payments in a simple way and just by looking for the contact on the mobile.


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