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Twitter begins publicly testing Tip Jar, doesn’t take a cut from payments

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Twitter has begun publicly testing its tipping feature, dubbed “Tip Jar.” The feature is rolling out on mobile devices, including the best Android phones, and allows users to pay for their favorite accounts using various services. Integrated payment services include Cash App, Venmo, Paypal, Patreon, and Bandcamp.

To access the feature, users have to navigate to an account with the tipping feature enabled and select the money icon, which will present them with a list of payment methods to choose from. Selecting one will navigate the user to the app, where they will be automatically prompted to pay the appropriate person.

You can see how the process works in Twitter’s announcement below:

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