Centbee of South Africa has announced the launch of its bitcoin cash wallet app in beta, as adoption continues to grow in Africa and elsewhere around the world. Some shops in Kenya already accept bitcoin cash for purchases.
Centbee Wallet App Allows Users to Send Bitcoin Cash to Friends via Mobile
South African cryptocurrency firm Centbee has released the beta version of its bitcoin cash wallet, allowing users to send BCH to one another via cellphone. The app, which allows people to receive, hold, and spend BCH, has been in alpha testing for the past few months, with users trying out its performance through test coins. Users have asserted that “its most useful feature is the ability to send bitcoin cash to friends by selecting from their phone’s contacts list,” according to reports.
Centbee co-chief executive officer Angus Brown said he was “extremely confident of the final product” after the company included comments from customers in the beta version. “Cryptocurrency as a form of payment costs a fraction of what users would pay using their bank accounts, especially for cross-border payments. This is the future of money,” he was quoted as saying.
We’re in BETA!
Download @CentbeeWallet on the App Store or Google Play and start sending Bitcoin cash to your friends simply by tapping your phone contacts.
Download on Google Play: https://t.co/GisusqxWA2
— Centbee (@CentbeeWallet) October 2, 2018
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