WhatsApp, United States’ Facebook Inc’s messaging service, reportedly in talks with multiple Indonesian digital payment firms to offer their mobile transaction services, Reuters reported Tuesday (Aug 20), in a bid to tap the nation’s fast-growing e-commerce sector.

Sources said, WhatsApp is in advanced talks with companies such as local unicorn GOJEK, Ant Financial-backed Dana, and Lippo Group’ financial technology startup Ovo, with the deals expected to be finalized shortly. Based on the country’ strict licensing regulations, WhatsApp will only serve as a platform supporting payments through local digital wallets in Indonesia.