Facebook is excited with the development of digital payments in India and is actively working for launching Whatsapp. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said these things: Talking to analysts, Zuckerberg said that the company is making payments system for the global market.
Trial: They said, we are currently testing it in India. We are hoping to launch it together in many other countries. Although currently it cannot tell its time limit, but it is something we are actively working on.
This is the biggest challenge that is
not being launched on WhatsApp due to the demand to store data at the local level of India, whereas its successful beta test was conducted with 10 million users last year. Zuckerberg said, you shop on Instagram and Facebook, you have a marketplace and there are millions of small businessmen on this, who use the page and others. They use Instagram to share their inventory and people pay. He said, when you use the messaging service, everything is very intimate and personal. It is an easy place to interact with businesses and is a private place to conduct transactions.