Bankymoon Offers Bitcoin Solution For Paying Utility Bills

Bankymoon Offers Bitcoin Solution For Paying Utility Bills

If we want to achieve a critical mass in terms of Bitcoin some day soon, we will need a lot more use cases for everyday consumers. Despite having the option to pay bills in Bitcoin and even receive [part of] your monthly wage in BTC, neither of these services are targeting a large market where Bitcoin payments could make a difference. But that is about to change, thanks to the efforts made by Bankymoon, a South African-based Bitcoin startup. How We Pay Utility Bills Today. In the midst of “smart” technology taking over daily life, payment technologies seem pretty archaic and are....


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