Seattle-based Bitcoin company iPayYou has recently launched its “Pay-by-Twitter” feature, allowing users to make P2P payments over the highly popular social media platform.
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P2P Bitcoin Payments Now on Twitter
Bitcoin.com recently reported on the introduction of iPayYou, the wallet that wants to make bitcoin the desired method of payment among mainstream audiences.
IPayYou allows its users to buy, sell and hold cryptocurrency within its platform, which the company says is designed to be very user-friendly. The wallet also features a mechanism that lets people cancel a transaction if a mistake occurs, and also has email-based sending integrated within the wallet.
IPayYou’s Pay-by-Twitter feature affords users more privacy than sending an email or bitcoin address, so transactions can be completed without exchanging private information or publicly displaying addresses on the web. The Seattle-based company says they are one of the first full-service web wallets to implement this feature.
Founder and CEO of iPayYou, Gene Kavner, said:
Twitter is one of the most widely used social media networks worldwide and despite the speed of technological innovation in the 21st Century, no other full-service bitcoin wallet offered