Square’s Cash App raises minimum Bitcoin withdrawal to 0.001 BTC

Square’s Cash App raises minimum Bitcoin withdrawal to 0.001 BTC

A 0.001 BTC withdrawal is equivalent to around $51.80 based on current prices. Square's Cash App, a Bitcoin-friendly mobile payments platform, has raised its minimum withdrawal requirements for BTC holders.The minimum withdrawal amount for Bitcoin accounts is now 0.001 BTC, or 100,000 satoshis, compared with 0.0001 BTC, or 10,000 satoshis, previously. With Bitcoin hovering around $51,800, 0.001 BTC is equivalent to $51.80. The leading cryptocurrency was in the midst of another large correction on Thursday, having fallen 6%. Bitcoin is down over 19% over the past seven days, according to....


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