Coinimal And Bitstamp Make Using And Buying Bitcoin Easier

Coinimal And Bitstamp Make Using And Buying Bitcoin Easier

Bitcoin is gradually integrating with traditional currency, as two recent innovations demonstrate. Coinimal, a Vienna, Austria-based crypto broker, has launched a service to allow customers to use bitcoins for purchases on Amazon.de. Bitstamp, meanwhile, is making it easier to buy bitcoin with credit and debit cards. Coinimal users can now receive an Amazon.de voucher code via email by paying for the voucher with bitcoins. The process takes one to three blockchain confirmations. Users can redeem their Amazon.de voucher against purchases on the Amazon.de marketplace. Eric Demuth, Coinimal....


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