As originally reported in Tech in Asia (found here):
Indonesia’s on-demand ride app Go-Jek introduced a simple e-wallet not long ago. It lets users store credit on the app for future rides and purchases.
Now the startup introduced a new feature which allows users to send Go-Pay credit to each other at no cost. It’s a big step in Go-Jek’s evolution into an increasingly powerful payments solution that enables users to transact with each other.
Go-Jek also confirmed that users will be able to withdraw Go-Pay credit in the form of cash at several partner banks once the feature is fully implemented.