Blockchain Rolls Out Bitcoin Payments App for Merchants

Blockchain Rolls Out Bitcoin Payments App for Merchants

Blockchain.info has launched a new payments app designed specifically for merchants. Blockchain is by far the most popular bitcoin wallet and just two months ago the company reached its one million milestone. However, its new offering is a very different beast. The Blockchain Merchant app is designed to allow merchants to accept bitcoin payments at practically any retail location. The app integrates with your wallet and it can be set up to receive payments in a few easy steps. Nic Cary, CEO of Blockchain.info, explained: "Merchant adoption is something we are very passionate about. We want....


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