WhatsApp will support cryptocurrency transfers.

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Novi, Meta’s finance business, is testing the sending and receiving of digital money over WhatsApp on a small number of users in the United States.
The messaging platform’s end-to-end encryption attracts consumers; the new function does not infringe on users’ privacy.
Following a setback in the launch of Diem, Novi shifted its emphasis to facilitating bitcoin transactions on the messaging network.

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