OpenNode BTC Lightning Network Payment App Offers Zero-Fees For First $10,000 In Transactions
Bitcoin-Only Payment Processor, OpenNode To Offer User $10,000 In FREE Received Transactions
Users of OpenNode, the popular Bitcoin-only payment platform, have another reason to smile following what some could term as the ‘best news.’ The company, ad described by CryptoNinjas, has yet to celebrate a year of full operation has gifted its users an incentive that none of its competitors will possibly match.
After flatly rejecting Roger Ver‘s $1.25 million offer to support BCH, OpenNode is set to allow all of its users, both the new and existing ones, an incredible offer. Soon, all of them will be able to receive an offer of ‘no fees charged on their first $10,000’ worth of BTC received.
The news comes a few months after the October launch of their Public Beta whose aim, according to the platform’s developers, is to increase the use of Bitcoin in our everyday life. The team believes that the offer will be a massive boost to those that really need it.
Those who have been probably praying for such an offer include the budding teams that often require a platform that would help design great commodities on a lean budget. Developers that have always wanted to test Bitcoin’s latest technology, but cow away from the huge transaction costs will also reap big from this offer.
All the everyday activities and the ‘after-no fee’ credits will effectively be charged at a paltry 1% of the transaction. Together with the $10,000 worth of free transactions offer, OpenNode is issuing $50,000 in free credits to non-profit organizations helping the needy.
Who OpenNode Exactly Is
OpenNode went live in 21st May 2018. From their official Medium channel then, the payment gateway was primarily targeting those with no basic knowledge on how to integrate crypto payments to their businesses. The first seed round of seed funding the company was successfully completed in 18th December 2018, before they rejected Roger Ver's offer.
The team is optimistic that the gesture will help fortify the Bitcoin-only payment outlet’s quest for a Bitcoin-driven world. They say they’ll keep on designing simple products that would let the world know that Bitcoin is the king!