Thus, the American student Andrew Aude included the function of remittances into the social network Facebook. It is reported that it can be run in the near future. Thus, users can send money using personal messages. Money can be attached to the message.
The network has appropriate screenshots, according to which, the user account will allow adding several debit cards in Messenger. To confirm the payment, application will ask a user to enter his PIN code.
Previously, hackers also managed to find a code that indicates that in the social network Facebook, there may appear this function. After that, the American student hacked Messenger. He launched the application with transition function, after that screenshots appeared on the Internet. According to Aude, each transaction will cost Facebook roughly $0.50. Thus, he believes that in a few months, transactions will be available in the US.
It is to be recalled that in April this year the media has already reported that Facebook could become an electronic payment system. It was reported that the company would start in Europe.
In June, David Marcus, the president of the electronic payment system PayPal, joined the Facebook for work with instant messaging services.