Tip Jar will allow artists to monetize their work and earn money from their fans. Users may use third-party payment providers to give tips to relevant accounts on Twitter for iOS and Android.
Tip Jar, the Twitter microblogging platform’s in-app payment function, has arrived in India. The function was first launched in the United States last month. Razorpay, an Indian payment platform, has been incorporated into the app by the social media behemoth.
Only a select set of individuals, such as artists, journalists, public figures, specialists, and community leaders, will be able to see the option to add Tip Jar to their profile at this time. Tip Jar will allow artists to monetize their work and earn money from their fans. Users may use third-party payment providers to give tips to relevant accounts on Twitter for iOS and Android.
How to use TIP JAR?
On your profile page, you may enable the Tip Jar icon, which is located next to the Follow button. It’ll let you connect an existing account to payment services like Razorpay, PayPal, Cash App, Patreon, Bandcamp, and Venmo.
You may choose a payment service provider and then be routed from Twitter to the chosen app to show your support by donating an amount of your choosing. Twitter will not profit from it in any way.
“We hope that by integrating Razorpay, we will be able to offer individuals in India with an easy and safe method to send money as a gift or as a gesture of gratitude. Tip Jar is accessible in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, and Tamil, among other Indian languages “Twitter said in a blog post.
“You will be able to assist people and organisations throughout India via Razorpay’s interface using a variety of payment methods, including UPI, credit and debit cards, net banking, wallets, and more. We’re also planning to expand the functionality to include additional payment providers from across the globe “According to the website.
On iOS, Tip Jar is only accessible on Twitter profiles, whereas on Android, it is available on both profiles and Spaces.
“It’s a simple method to accept and express support on Twitter, and it’s the first step in creating additional ways for people to do so. More individuals in India and across the globe will be able to add it to their profiles soon “It was also added.