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Tinkoff rolls out new financial messenger built into its super app

By Megha Bhattacharya

October 09, 2020

  • Russia
  • Tinkoff
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Tinkoff today announced the launch of a financial messenger built into its super app for users to chat while making financial transactions. The new launch will allow customers to share bookings, payments and get quick access to chatbots as well as the products and services of the Tinkoff ecosystem.

Tinkoff stated that the financial messenger will be initially available to its super app users and will later be integrated into other applications such as Tinkoff Investments, Tinkoff Business, Tinkoff Mobile, and Tinkoff Junior.

Stanislav Bliznyuk, Senior VP and Business Development Director said,  “Tinkoff Messenger is more than your run-of-the-mill messaging app launched by a major tech player. This is a financial messenger that was well overdue to complement our extensive financial and lifestyle service offering and a long-awaited solution for our customers.

“It’s a tool with all the capabilities of a regular messenger (voice messages, stickers, etc.) that’s now available as part of financial transactions, which cannot be implemented outside of banking apps. But there’s more. The messenger is yet another link among the services of the Tinkoff ecosystem, helping to diversify and facilitate quick access to its various capabilities. As the ecosystem keeps actively growing, with new services being added literally before our eyes, it offers endless opportunities for integrating and leveraging our financial messenger.”

The current version of the messenger enables chatting and quick money transfers between users. The company stated that with the evolution of the solution, its users will be able to utilise the service for sharing tickets and bookings, split bills and request money, create group chats, send video files and more.

Recently, Tinkoff Capital announced the launch of an exchange-traded fund (ETF) tracking the Nasdaq-100 Technology Sector Index (NDXT), a subset of the Nasdaq-100 index that is comprised of the top Nasdaq-listed technology companies by market cap.

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