The most popular instant messaging application in the world has returned its money transfer feature after its use has stalled for a while due to the objection in several experimental countries, such as Brazil, the second-largest market for using WhatsApp services after India. After starting its experience in the South American country last year, the app’s feature was suspended due to the objection of the local central bank for several reasons related to competition and user data.
Now, WhatsApp decided to return the money transfer feature, something that many users had been waiting for. The technology is based on the “peer-to-peer” system, which will allow the user to send money to another individual directly via Visa and Master cards only. Nevertheless, the giant application intends to expand the use of the money transfer feature.