Blockchain Wallet Adds Support for Crypto Payments Processor BitPay

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Crypto wallet service Blockchain Wallet has integrated cryptocurrency payment processor BitPay.

Payments conducted through Blockchain Wallet

Blockchain announced the news on Aug. 23, stating that it now allows its users to copy or scan invoices, allowing them to make a Bitcoin (BTC) payment entirely through its wallet app. 

The new functionality reportedly allows users to purchase products and services available via BitPay’s online network while retaining ownership of their private keys through Blockchain Wallet. 

BitPay is one of the largest crypto payments processors and is offered in a multitude of online stores. It has purportedly process nearly $3 billion in payments since 2011.

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However, the donation purportedly was denied after failing BitPay’s internal checks. BitPay said the charity had set their maximum payment limit under six figures, and that the organization would need to submit new documents in order to change their payment cap.

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