Bitwala, the Netherlands-based bitcoin payment service, has introduced a bitcoin email payment service called EmailPay. Registered users only need an email address to send a bitcoin payment using the service.
Bitwala, which debuted about three months ago, settles payments in EUR in the European Commission’s Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).
To pay using EmailPay, the user only needs the email address of the recipient and the amount of money they wish to send. Users have to pay Bitwala’s 0.5 percent transaction fee. They can send payments up to whatever amount they are authorized. Fully-registered Bitwala users can transfer up to 50 000€ per month.
EmailPay Expands On Bitwala QuickPay
The EmailPay expands on the benefits of the QuickPay feature that Bitwala introduced in May. Quickpay eliminated logins and passwords associated with paying bills through the Bitwala platform.
“We had hundreds of transfers in May,” Jörg von Minckwitz, CEO Bitwala, told CCN. “We don’t know exactly how many of them were QuickPay, but