Bitcoin Used to Pay Utility and Credit Card Bills in the Philippines and Australia

Bitcoin Used to Pay Utility and Credit Card Bills in the Philippines and Australia

Over the past year, bitcoin startups in the Philippines and Australia have begun to target day-to-day expenses and remittances; markets that are in desperate need of instantaneous, secure and cost-effective payment systems. Startups including Australia-based Living Room of Satoshi and Manila-based Rebit.ph, also known as the parent company of Bills Ninja, have been trying to educate the global population to use bitcoin in day-to-day expenses, such as paying utility bills and settling bank payments. Paying Bills with Ease. Earlier this year, Rebit.ph acquired bitcoin bills payment platform....


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