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Twitter ‘Tip Jar’ payments feature adds RazorPay option for India

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Twitter has banded together with local fintech startup Razorpay to dispatch its ‘Tip Jar’ in-application payments include in India. The component empowers makers to adapt their content and bring in cash from their allies.

This gathering incorporates makers, columnists, well-known individuals, specialists,

For the present, the element is restricted to a gathering of clients, however, the organization will start a more extensive carry out soon. This gathering incorporates makers, columnists, well-known individuals, specialists, and local area pioneers. The Tip Jar includes is noticeable in a person’s profile.

With Tip Jar, you can pick any payment administration, and afterward you will be diverted to the chose application where you can show your help in the sum you pick. Twitter has affirmed that it won’t charge anything for sending or getting cash.

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choose whichever payment administration you like

“With Tip Jar, you can choose whichever payment administration you like and you’ll be taken off Twitter to the chose application where you can show your help in the sum they pick. Twitter takes no cut. It is the first of a few impending ways for makers to adapt their content and bring in cash from their greatest allies. Everybody can send tips to pertinent records on Twitter for iOS and Android through outsider payment administrations,” Twitter said in a blog entry.

To utilize the payment highlight, you first need to empower the Tip Jar include. It will then, at that point show up close to the Follow button on your profile page, permitting you to connect to a current record with payment suppliers like PayPal, Cash App, Patreon, Bandcamp, Venmo, and Razorpay.

Twitter said-

“By coordinating Razorpay, we are expecting to furnish individuals in India with a straightforward and secure approach to send cash as a badge of appreciation or as a blessing. Tip Jar is accessible in multiple Indian dialects including Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, and Tamil,” Twitter said.

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