What is QR Code On Facebook?

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Payment companies are always looking to make it easier for users to transfer cash. Facebook is no exception. Facebook is currently testing QR codes that let you pay someone else with one scan of your mobile phone.

Facebook’s foray into QR payments

Facebook is fascinated by money transfers, in case you were wondering. Facebook Pay is also an agency on social networking sites. You can pay people through any of the social channels Facebook supports such as its Messenger program.

TechCrunch currently notes that QR code obligations are making their way onto Facebook Pay. Customers are finding that Facebook Pay now offers a scanning option at the app’s peak. It can be tapped to scan another person’s QR code or make your own.

You don’t have to meet the receiver in person and scan the code on their cell phone. Facebook will provide a link to your QR code when you look at it. This URL can be sent to people who can open the QR code in their browser, and then scan it from the comfort of their own homes.

This attribute was for a brief time a strange addition, which seemed to be without official announcement or fanfare. TechCrunch has been contacted by a Facebook spokesperson to confirm that this is the real deal.

Unfortunately, you’ll need to clear some hurdles before you can get into this new technology. First, you must be able to send QR codes from the US.

You can send payments through the Facebook Messenger service if you are a resident of the United States. You must also be at least 18 years old and have a Visa, Mastercard, or PayPal account. The preferred currency in the program must be US dollars.

Once you are done, wait for the scanning upgrade to be downloaded to your program. You can send and receive obligations via Facebook using QR codes.

Paying for your scans, one at a time

Facebook may be the right place for you if you are looking for a quick and easy way to send money or get paid. The newest QR scanning payment feature will be available for Facebook Pay as soon as it is in a limited test environment.

You have probably never thought of sending money over Facebook. Why not? It is a great alternative to PayPal. It is worth looking into if you are looking for a new way to pay your family and friends online.