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With the new payments functionality, the social media networking giant will enable Messenger users to send funds to several members of the group chat.
The social network giant has got an e-money license from the Central Bank of Ireland, thus allowing its customers in Europe to pay via its Messenger app.
On Monday, the social networking giant unveiled several new Messenger updates that will let customers to make payments without leaving the app.
The social media company is likely to introduce some changes within its messaging app, including a secret chat option and an expanded payment service.
Facebook Inc. is trying to get in the game of online payment systems like PayPal or Venmo by introducing a free friend-to-friend service of its own, the company announced today.