Faster Payments: Nocks Browser Extension Integrates Bitcoin and Guldencoin Payments Into Web Browsers

Faster Payments: Nocks Browser Extension Integrates Bitcoin and Guldencoin Payments Into Web Browsers

Nocks, an Amsterdam-based payment platform for bitcoin, has launched a browser extension called Nocks Nimble that recognizes bitcoin and Guldencoin wallet addresses. Nocks Nimble gives users the ability to send payments to these addresses from within their Chrome or Firefox browsers. Once the user integrates the browser extension into their browser, they do not need to use the Nocks website to make payments. Fast and Easy Cryptocoin Payments. Sending a payment with Nocks Nimble mostly consists of clicks, not copy pasting addresses and payment amounts into wallets. "We want to make payments....


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