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Snapchat Is Shutting Down Its Snapcash Payment Feature

6 monthes ago   |   By Inquisitr

In 2014 Snapchat announced it would be incorporating a peer-to-peer payment feature into its mobile messaging/photo sharing application called Snapcash. The new feature would allow users of the app to link their bank or debit card information in order to send and receive money by using the currency symbol. The user would simply type “$” and the desired dollar amount into the messaging field of the app, and would then be able to send money to the intended recipient.
However, reports from technology blog TechCrunch , say the company will be pulling the plug on the feature.
TechCrunch claims...
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