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October 05, 2014, 07:46:42 AM
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New Facebook Messenger P2P FB Payments Could Eventually Feature Bitcoin

Earlier today, Andrew Aude, a Stanford Computer Science student, posted to twitter with pictures of Facebook Messenger’s new P2P “FB Payments” functionality. Aude and other commentators likened Facebook’s new payment system to SquareCash or Venmo. FB Payments has been in the making for a long time and has recently been revamped by Facebook’s hire of David Marcus, former president of PayPal.


https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/new-facebook-messenger-p2p-fb-payments-could-eventually-feature-bitcoin/

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If I am right FB also bought WhatsUp recently, so it's going to be a coin toss to see, if they going to adopt bitcoin, and where they going to use it.

I would have liked it, if people using Whatsup could pay the yearly fee, with Bitcoin. I hate using credit cards for these types of transactions.

Hope they announce something soon.  Grin

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