Bitcoin.com had a chance to get a first-hand look at the upcoming application coming to Android called the BitHappy Bitcoin-based browser. Although the app is not yet available to the public, founded Steven Lee gave us an inside look at how the interface works.
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BitHappy: ‘An Alternative to the Existing Financial System’
BitHappy is an Android application that performs like a Bitcoin payment processor and browser. The browser end of the application functions as location searcher for sellers within your region. With BitHappy, buyers and sellers worldwide can exchange goods and services for Bitcoin with just a simple few taps.
BitHappy tells us that anyone can use their camera and describe an item and sell for bitcoin.
I was lucky to snag my Mother-in-law’s pink polk-a-dot Android phone for the testing.
Installing the application was simple, and I also downloaded the Mycelium wallet for my wife’s mom, who now owns some bitcoin. After the download, I opened the application and began searching its features.
The first thing I did was find buyers located around me with location services and quickly