Jack Dorsey's Cash App is allowing users to send and receive bitcoin without any transaction fees
- Jack Dorsey's
Cash Apphas enabled its users to send and receive bitcoinfor free.
- The payments company announced a $1 million bitcoin giveaway to users based in the US, aged over 18.
Squarehas about 36 million active customers as of December 2020.
The payment company's move potentially points to a rise in the use and adoption of bitcoin. Responding to the announcement, the Documenting Bitcoin team said: "You can now send and receive #bitcoin for free on Cash App as easily as you can send dollars! Well done, @Jack! #Bitcoin is inevitable."
The Cash App team further announced a $1 million giveaway in bitcoin, open to users that are legal US residents over the age of 18.
Many transactions on the app are already free, but there are some cases in which a user may be charged a small fee. For instance, if someone sends money via a credit card linked to their Cash App account, the total will include a 3% fee.
Square's soaring performance in 2020 helped it close out December with 36 million active customers, representing a 50% year-on-year jump. The company is further looking to strengthen its
The company facilitated many retail bitcoin investor transactions so far in the first quarter this year, resulting in the cohort accumulating the
Bitcoin was last trading around 1.4% lower at $58,049 on Thursday, but is up 97% so far this year.
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