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WhatsApp launches digital payments in Brazil after beta testing in India#cybersecurity #informationsecurity #networksecurity #informationtechnology #hacking #security #vulnerability #vaultinfosec #wevowyoursecurity #cyberattack #websecurity #WhatsApp https://t.co/8sTJwrjOzW— Vault Infosec (@vaultinfosec) June 16, 2020
?@WhatsApp finally launches #payments, by @TechCrunch https://t.co/YC5jnsUKG5#WhatsApp #fintech #Facebook #FacebookPay @sammaule @JimMarous @paymentsexpert @Payments_Geek @UrsBolt@JimMarous @SpirosMargaris @KingofPayments @payment @enricomolinari @ShiCooks @AkwyZ @ImMBM pic.twitter.com/8ImJsfY03B— Xavier Gomez (@Xbond49) June 16, 2020
#WhatsApp launches #payments in app starting in Brazil. 2 billion+ users, it’s taking a more comprehensive commercial plunge, giving people a place to chat/send payment details, and now to actually transact. What does that mean for #fintech in #Africa?https://t.co/5Aje8d25Bc— Geetha Tharmaratnam (@G_tharmaratnam) June 15, 2020
Takeaways from FB’s WhatsApp payments:— Ma/ya Zehavi (@mayazi) June 16, 2020
✳️ the regulatory burden remains with the credit card networks
✳️ payments don’t need a blockchain...duh!
✳️ the solution doesn’t really address the remittance use case. Cross border settlements need Libra https://t.co/TIbwk1qMxm
.@WhatsApp pay is just a test bed to implement #Libra.— Minima (@Minima_Global) June 16, 2020
Do you want to trust @Facebook with your money?
The biggest #surveillance in the world.
They already use and abuse your #data for financial profit, they will do the same to your #money. #cryptohttps://t.co/j0IWIYEB7a
Cielo, a JV between Visa & Brazilian banks, is both a payment processor & card issuer. This & UPI India integrations throw some light on OTT payment model, whereby they tend to go with banks - perhaps thinking of Fintechs as their rivals and not partners. https://t.co/dFEuCDDD4l— Aamer Ejaz (@aamere) June 15, 2020
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