Freewallet Permits Bitcoin Purchases Via Credit Cards

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Freewallet, the developer of user-friendly crypto-wallets, has launched the feature of buying coins with credit cards in the cooperation with London-based platform Indacoin.

The feature has been added to all the Android apps, enabling users to buy any supported cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash and others.

In its research, Freewallet found that 25% of its customers are new to cryptocurrencies, who just want a simple way to buy coins directly in the app. Moreover, the acceptance of credit cards on the crypto-market is still a major issue, it said.

Freewallet said that its integration with Indacoin is now complete and the feature of buying cryptocurrency with credit and debit cards was released a week ago.

“The partnership with Indacoin has helped us to realize the idea of in-app purchases with a few taps. We are still improving some parts of the service to make the process smoother. And we need your feedback to go in the right direction”, says Alvin Hagg, Freewallet founder.

During FantomCoin wallet soft launch about a year ago, Freewallet ran a successful Coins4Bugs campaign during which users received rewards for providing feedback. Freewallet team is now offering all users an opportunity to improve the cryptocurrency purchasing process by providing a feedback on the new feature’s quality.

Starting from January 2016, Freewallet has developed and successfully released a number of cryptocurrency wallets, namely FantomCoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Lisk, DECENT, Steem and Monero Wallet.


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