It’s been quite a busy week for BitQuick: Not only has their customer base expanded to 500 active users per month from 50 just earlier this year, but it has also announced that users on the security-oriented company Coinkite.com will be able to conveniently utilize the BitQuick platform directly from within Coinkite’s wallet interface.
Privacy, Privacy, Privacy
The new BitQuick-Coinkite integration allows the latter’s users to acquire bitcoins in a peer-to-peer fashion without really exiting Coinkite’s user interface. Coinkite wallet users log-in to their wallet, click “buy bitcoin” and select BitQuick as their payment option.
“Our integration with Coinkite allows us to automatically pull the address from the Coinkite user, removing the necessity of comprehending Bitcoin addresses [for Bitcoin newbies],” said Jad Mubaslat, CEO and co-founder of BitQuick. “Before, users had to visit an external source to purchase Bitcoin and provide their Coinkite wallet address.”
To Mubaslat, simply explaining to novice users what a Bitcoin address is can be confusing enough. “We both feel this removes an important middle step,” he adds.
“This is great for newcomers because they truly have an all-in-one solution that is still decentralized. Coinkite.com is the hub that connects you to your multi-sig wallet, merchant services,