HandCash and Money Button are collaborating to bring back true “peer-to-peer” transactions for Bitcoin, the way Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto intended.
Joshua Henslee dives into the details of Bit.sv, including its features, wallet details, and unique upvoting mechanisms.
Using NFC technology, the mobile application allows mobile wallets to instantly transfer Bitcoin amounts to one another.
Hand Cash and Money Button are now advancing the Bitcoin ecosystem further, with the Hand Cash wallet supporting Money Button features.
Email service providers have the capability now to intercept and read emails, but Paymail email would prevent this from being a possibility.
Paymail allows crypto users to send and receive currency using a name instead of the wallet address—think of it in a similar fashion as how email works.
Combining SPV and Paymail on a single blockchain that can handle millions of transactions at a time creates exactly the solution Bitcoin sought to offer.
Far beyond just being a more user-friendly way of sending and receiving Bitcoin, Paymail holds the key to solving the identity problem on blockchain.
At the recent CoinGeek Seoul Conference, the Money Button CEO announced several new features designed to allow users to take true ownership of their data and monetize that data more effectively.
Announcing a series of product updates, RelayX said it would allow users greater flexibility and control over their cryptocurrency payments.