Gifts and Remittances: Bitcoin.com’s New Tools Allow People to Send BCH via Email

This month Bitcoin.com launched two services that help facilitate bitcoin cash adoption and crypto remittance via email. In a recent video on June 5, Bitcoin.com’s Roger Ver showcased gifts.bitcoin.com, a new feature that allows individuals to send BCH gift cards via email. Additionally, Bitcoin.com also launched send.bitcoin.com, a tool that provides users with the ability to send money in a number of local currencies by leveraging bitcoin cash.

Bitcoin.com is excited to launch two new features this month that provide more cryptocurrency accessibility on a global scale. Both new features work with email and they both make sending gifts and remittances easy by using the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network. On June 5, 2020, Bitcoin.com’s Roger Ver introduced gifts.bitcoin.com which gives any individual the ability to send BCH to anyone, anywhere in the world via email.

The basics of using gifts.bitcoin.com are relatively intuitive and you simply press the “go” tab to create some new gifts. After that, you just need to confirm the recovery seed and begin to build the gift. Essentially this entails setting the amount, the currency, and the email address where you would like to send your gifts.

Gifts and Remittances: Bitcoin.com's New Tools Allow People to Send BCH via Email

From here you will be given an invoice so you can pay using your bitcoin cash wallet and the receiver simply needs to check their inbox to claim their gifts. The four-minute Youtube video with Ver offers a visual step-by-step on how to use gifts.bitcoin.com.

The website also shows there have been 2,010 BCH gifts claimed, 386 expired, and 240 unclaimed out of 83.6 BCH at the time of publication.

Not too long after the release of the gifts.bitcoin.com service, Bitcoin.com also launched send.bitcoin.com. The service provides users with the ability to quickly send BCH payments to any email address. The tool is lightning fast and Ver recently explained in an interview that anyone in any country can leverage the service.

Gifts and Remittances: Bitcoin.com's New Tools Allow People to Send BCH via Email

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