[Update: Users in Brazil have confirmed to us that they are also seeing the option for Apple Pay Cash.]

Ahead of launching in Brazil, which Tim Cook says is coming sometime this year, Apple Pay Cash appears to be rolling out to users in Ireland and Spain.

While not officially confirmed, Apple Pay Cash seems to be launching in Spain. We’ve also heard rumblings of the feature working in the U.K. and Ireland.

The feature allows peer-to-peer payments by using any of your cards registered in the Wallet app. Transactions are free for debit cards, but will incur a 3% fee when using credit cards.

While not tested, it may be possible to send money between countries. However, it would likely incur huge fees if that’s the case. No other peer-to-peer payment service works between countries at this point in time, so we assume that goes for Apple Pay Cash as well.

Apple Pay Cash was at first only available in the United States, with these latest countries being added just recently. The only other country confirmed by Apple to be receiving the feature in the near term is Brazil.

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