The option to buy BCH with Visa and Mastercard is already available for those living in the U.S. You can join close to 4 million users around the world by visiting free.bitcoin.com to get set up with a wallet and receive some free BCH.
A point of sale app called BCH Merchant is now available for Android devices with an iOS version coming soon. The simple and free software allows merchants to accept bitcoin cash at any retail location. BCH Merchant does not require an account or registration. To start receiving BCH payments, all you have to do is provide a public key or an extended public key linked to your cryptocurrency wallet.
Meanwhile, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, Binance, announced it’s planning to delist BSV. Other digital asset trading platforms such as Kraken and Shapeshift have taken steps in the same direction. Following Binance’s announcement, the price of BSV fell and the coin is trading for around $56 at the time of writing. Learn more about these stories and more in the Bitcoin.com weekly video update embedded above.
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