Facebook has signed a deal with an online marketplace to launch an online store and to sell WhatsApp accounts.
The social network said the deal would allow users to buy WhatsApp accounts and other products, including other products such as hardware, apps, and media.
The deal comes after Facebook said last year that it would invest $500 million in online services, including WhatsApp, which will give the social network a presence on mobile devices.
WhatsApp is a messaging app for iOS and Android.
The company has also launched a web app, but has not released details about its launch.
Facebook said in a blog post that the online store will be based on its new social platform, called WhatsApp Social, that it plans to launch in the first half of 2020.
It also announced a partnership with Instagram, a photo-sharing app, and said it will provide new ways to connect with people on the social platform.
Facebook previously announced a deal to buy video streaming service YouTube.
Facebook’s deal with Whatsapp is the latest sign that the company is investing in online platforms as a way to build out its social network, which is a key driver of its revenue.
The platform’s reach, which includes nearly one-third of the world’s population, has grown steadily in recent years as it has grown to become the dominant messaging app in many countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
WhatsApp said it would provide free video streaming for users to watch, and it would pay for users’ videos with ads.
It will also offer video ads for third-party websites and apps, such in-app purchases and payments, and advertising to its own social network.
The sale of the WhatsApp account will come as a boost to Facebook, which has struggled to monetize its social media platform, losing nearly $30 billion in value in the last year.