Drivewealth, a mobile-based platform for low-cost investing, has partnered with BitPay to enable clients to make deposits via Bitcoin .

It allows a minimum deposit of $50 and each transaction costs $2.99. Of priority is allowing customers to fund their accounts quickly and easily. Multiple payment options are available including credit card, wire transfer, cheque and TransferWise. Along with the credit card option, Bitcoin will allow customers to fund their accounts instantly.

Xsolla, a payment processing platform that helps game developers monetize their offerings, has also partnered with BitPay to enable bitcoin Payments for its clients. To date, these include large gaming companies such as Twitch and Nexon, which are already accepting bitcoins for in-game payments.

Commenting on the deal was Sonny Singh, BitPay's VP of Sales:

"Bitcoin makes in-game purchases more efficient and secure than ever before. Traditional payment methods like credit cards are not always able to support these types of purchases like bitcoin can."

Last year, Bigpoint games also teamed up with BitPay, now allowing them to accept bitcoin payments as soon as they launch their highly anticipated Game of Theories.

Drivewealth, a mobile-based platform for low-cost investing, has partnered with BitPay to enable clients to make deposits via Bitcoin .

It allows a minimum deposit of $50 and each transaction costs $2.99. Of priority is allowing customers to fund their accounts quickly and easily. Multiple payment options are available including credit card, wire transfer, cheque and TransferWise. Along with the credit card option, Bitcoin will allow customers to fund their accounts instantly.

Xsolla, a payment processing platform that helps game developers monetize their offerings, has also partnered with BitPay to enable bitcoin Payments for its clients. To date, these include large gaming companies such as Twitch and Nexon, which are already accepting bitcoins for in-game payments.

Commenting on the deal was Sonny Singh, BitPay's VP of Sales:

"Bitcoin makes in-game purchases more efficient and secure than ever before. Traditional payment methods like credit cards are not always able to support these types of purchases like bitcoin can."

Last year, Bigpoint games also teamed up with BitPay, now allowing them to accept bitcoin payments as soon as they launch their highly anticipated Game of Theories.