Bitnovo Bitcard And N26 Account Users Gain Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Support

Bitnovo, an important debit card issuer, has recently announced support for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) starting today. The users of Bitcard and N26 will now be able to receive bank-free product offerings with BCH.

The users that hold these cards will not be able to purchase products with the token and to use it for the conversion of cryptocurrency to fiat, specifically, the Euro (EUR) without having to go a bank.

According to Roberta Quintiliano, the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of the platform, the holders of Bitcard and N26 will now use BCH as payments to purchase any type of product of the Bitnovo services.

Bitcoin Cash Is Popular As A Way Of Payment

Bitnovo has a presence in over 130 countries in the world and it allows its users to trade cryptos using Bitcoin vouchers, ATMs and pre-paid cards. Users can even buy cards anonymously if the value of the money is not very high.

This decision to integrate the currency comes as there is an increasingly big number of places and merchants around the world that are starting to accept Bitcoin Cash as a currency, not only the original Bitcoin Core.

For instance, U. S. citizens an now use BCH to pay for satellite television services from Dish using BCH now and you can buy things online in more than 200 countries with it.

Bitnovo decided to add the option because the company really believes that Bitcoin Cash can bring real value to the company and that its adoption rates will rise. This way, the company is thinking of offering the best service for its clients.

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