SNAPCARD has launched a Bitcoin-wallet offering to complement its merchant integration service. The wallet will include features including transactability via QR code, SMS or email, transaction history and price quotes.
Using a browser plugin, the company lets you pay for virtually anything with digital currency, even your tax bill. They recently launched a service allowing merchants to accept bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin as well as Ripple, a rarity for crypto payments. Merchants have access to embedded iFrames and a point-of-sale app. A flat 0.5% fee is charged on transactions, and fiat is deposited into the merchant’s bank account the next day.
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The wallet app will also allow you to buy bitcoin, litecoin or dogecoin straight from your bank account (via ACH) or via credit/debit. Ninety-nine percent of client funds are kept in cold storage.
SNAPCARD states to offer 24/7 customer support via live chat, phone and email–somewhat a novelty in the cryptocurrency startup space.