iPayYou, a Bitcoin wallet combined by former tip Amazon executive Gene Kavner, launched a new Pay-by-Twitter feature. Users are now able to send a remuneration by entering a payee’s Twitter hoop instead of an email or bitcoin address, so exchange can be finished though exchanging private information.
“Twitter is one of a many widely used amicable media networks worldwide and notwithstanding a speed of technological creation in a 21st Century, no other full-service bitcoin wallet offering this underline until now. With a new Pay-by-Twitter feature, iPayYou continues to offer consumers with easy ways to use Bitcoin as a remuneration process in bland life, that has been a goal from a start,” commented Kavner.
To foster a use of a new feature, iPayYou has enclosed a Twitter handles of US presidential contenders on their website supporters can present to their campaigns. “We chose to use a presidential possibilities as an instance of how small information is truly compulsory to send payments over a Pay-by-Twitter feature. It will open a doors for people to not usually send remuneration to friends, families and colleagues though also support causes and charities that will advantage from a loyal peer-to-peer functionality,” Kavner said.
Commenting on a announcement, Bitcoin preacher and iPayYou financier Roger Ver said: “iPayYou