Purse.io Officially Lauches Their Purse Android App

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Purse Android App

Bitcoin-based marketplace Purse.io has announced the official launch of Purse Android App, which follows the launch of iOS app in November 2016.

Purse said that the app is designed to cater to all bitcoin needs of the users. It will enable them to manage and track their Purse orders on the go, send and receive bitcoin to family and friends, and track bitcoin transaction history.

“Our Purse bitcoin wallets are built on top of bcoin, our secure bitcoin fullnode infrastructure developed in-house. With it, we can continue bringing you the all the latest improvements to the bitcoin protocol, straight to your wallet”, it said.

Key features include an instant 5% savings on any items bought from Amazon using bitcoin, viewing and tracking pending orders, and integrated Purse support. Using the app, users can also save more by creating Amazon wish-lists, pasting them into the search bar to add them to their cart, and choosing how much they wish to save with Name Your Discount to save up to over 30%.

Send your family, friends, colleagues — anyone, bitcoin straight to the their Purse bitcoin wallet, and they can immediately start spending money and getting discounts between 5-33% off on Amazon!”, it said.

Also, for an Earner who is regularly fulfilling orders, the app enables tracking order delivering, and chatting with the customers.

via Econotimes.com

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