WhatsApp Pay Launch in India Soon: What’s the Feature of Whatsapp Pay: WhatsApp’s Global Head Will Cathcart first came to Delhi In an event held in New Delhi, WhatsApp Head and Chairman of NITI Ayog Amitabh Kant were present. The focus of this event is on how WhatsApp is connecting people to WhatsApp India. Apart from this, WhatsApp Business was informed about the success.
About Whatsapp Business Will Cathcart said that WhatsApp Business in India is growing rapidly. Small businesses are connecting with their customers via WhatsApp. Along with this, WhatsApp Payment was also reported.
During the conversation about WhatsApp Payment, Will Cathcart has said, ‘We have successfully launched a pilot on the UPI standard, and we are preparing to expand it.’
Payments on WhatsApp to anyone with WhatsApp Payments will be as easy as sending a message. We are going to start this service India this year.
Amitabh Kant, CEO of NITI Ayog, has said that we welcome WhatsApp Pay in India. He has also said that the company has been struggling for a long time with regulation in India. He said, “India has the largest number of WhatsApp users and the company should initiate WhatsApp Pay here. People will use it ‘
WhatsApp Payment has been talked about. He has said that this would be an easy way for people to have transactions. Whatsapp Head Will Cathcart has said that WhatsApp Payment will come at the end of this year.
Talk about WhatsApp Pay, it was a matter of launch in India for a long time. It has been tested, but the data is still on hold due to localization and clearance. The conversation about data localization was in the last round and now the path in India has been cleared by WhatsApp Pay.
It is clear from this event that the company is focusing more on WhatsApp Business in India. Many small business heads were also called in this event who explained how WhatsApp is helping them in their business.
In this event, WhatsApp has also been told about the agreement made with the NITI Commission for Women Entrepreneurship. WhatsApp Global Head, Will Cathcart has said, “Partnership with the NITI Commission is a matter of honor for us, under this, women business leaders in India will be supported and supported.”