The latest Facebook Messenger update is that the popular messaging app will now allow you send and receive group payments.
Facebook Messenger had already given its users the ability to send and receive money though the person-to-person payments.
Facebook's Messenger app has slowly evolved out of Facebook chat into its own independent beast.
We've got details below on new features that are being added to keep you up to date.
UPDATE: David Marcus from the Facebook Messenger team claimed on January 11 that the server-side issue has been corrected.You can easily select everyone in the group, or just a few members.Then enter the amount of money you’d like to send or request, specify what the money is for, then tap Messenger will soon have end-to-end encryption similar to that of Whats App, after Facebook announced it was testing the service.He stated that restarting the apps should prevent Facebook and Messenger from behaving the way they have been since January 10.Let us know if this works for you, and read on for more information regarding the issues Android users have been facing.