|January 26, 2015|
|Facebook Messenger Payments Still On Hiatus|
|By Chris Crum|
A payments feature in Facebook Messenger has been expected since at least last summer. In June, Facebook hired PayPal President David Marcus to run its messaging unit.
The following month, the company reported its earnings for the second quarter, and on the conference call, CEO Mark Zuckerberg indicated that we'd be able to make payments with Messenger eventually. Here's what he said during the Q&A portion of the call (via Business Insider):
Messenger will have — over time there will be some overlap between that and payments. But I guess what I'm just trying to say is two things. One is, the payments piece will be a part of what will help drive the overall success and help people [...]
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