WhatsApp users to transfer globally payment
WhatsApp users to transfer globally payment

WhatsApp may also launch peer-to-peer payment in other countries. According to XDA Developers, the latest WhatsApp 2.21.23.10 beta version includes code Novi integration, which enables global payments.

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As the Novi service is currently available only in the US and Guatemala, it is believed that WhatsApp is working on adding payment options for US users as well.

Currently, WhatsApp only offers its payment service in India and Brazil. Users in India can transfer money directly to their bank account using a service called Unified Payment Interface (UPI).

Meta’s digital wallet is called Novi

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The new finding is in accordance with the WABetaInfo report that discussed the integration of the Novi service. For those who don’t know what Novi is, tell them that it is a digital wallet. The wallet belongs to Meta. Facebook recently changed its name to Meta. As you can see, this is the digital wallet of Facebook itself, which is slated to be integrated into WhatsApp.

Novi allows users in different countries to send and receive money from each other. There is no additional charge for this. Pax Dollar is a digital coin based on the US Dollar, which users must use to transfer money.

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Novi states that in order to send and receive money from it, the user must first update his documents and get them verified. As part of the identity verification process, a video selfie may also be required.

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