Apple Pay can be used to buy Bitcoin

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According to a recent report, Opera browser now allows US users to purchase virtual cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum through Apple Pay. This will significantly reduce the time flow of cryptocurrency transactions. As the first browser with a built-in crypto wallet on both the Mac and iOS, Opera browser cooperates with American cryptocurrency brokerage company Wyre to allow US users in Opera to purchase bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies using a debit card or Apple Pay.

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Charles Hamel, head of encryption technology for Opera browser, said that obtaining cryptocurrencies was a tedious process in the past. However, with Apple Pay, it is now a seamless process. Users can now complete a transaction on about 30 seconds. He believes that this will “change the rules of the game”.

Apple Pay will now ease the purchase of cryptocurrencies

Both the iOS version of Opera Touch and the encrypted wallet provided by its desktop browser can provide simple encrypted recharge. For users outside the US, Opera plans to introduce a similar crypto purchase method.

According to Charles Hamel, head of crypto at Opera browsers, this integration supports Opera’s long-term vision of making blockchain technology relevant beyond speculation. His words

“Allowing our users to easily load cryptocurrency into their browser’s digital wallet is very powerful, as it connects the Web to a global internet-native payment network.

“In the past, obtaining cryptocurrencies was a cumbersome process that took hours or even days. When you compare it with this seamless solution, which takes less than 30 seconds, it really is a gamechanger,” added Hamel.

Presently, there are easy crypto top-ups on iOS browser Opera Touch, In addition, we also have the crypto wallet available in its desktop browser.

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However, many people sill have their reservations about cryptocurrencies. While some call it “magic money pyramid scheme” others think it is a “scam”. However, professionals in cryptocurrencies will love to hear this report

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