• Users can use this in-chat feature for digital transactions
  • The feature may likely to go live by the end of Feb
  • The company is in talk with Banks for integrating feature with high security

This amazing features will allow users to perform money transfers using WhatsApp. The beta version of app constantly advancing and these updates will only be available to the beta testers of the app. After examining the feature will likely to be integrated to all the uses across the globe. The details about this features have revealed on online sources.

According to the last year reports, the beta version of this payment feature is under testing. Recently, a report confirmed that in-chat payment is also in testing mode. As reported by the economic times, in-chat payment feature is likely to go live in the next month. This smart feature of what will definitely boost digital payments for 200 million active users around the world.


The talks about integrating this feature are going with leading banks such as State Bank of India, Axis Bank, HDFC and ICICI bank. According to a banker, WhatsApp is presently testing the features with one of the partner banks. Other sources revealed that the release date of a feature depends upon the trials, though the company is likely to launch it by the end of Feb.

Like other payment methods, this feature needs to be highly secured.hence, the future has to pass a security test before its ready to roll out to the users. According to sources, it may face some challenges in the integration as it involves several levels of encryption to keep the data safe.

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