At Bitcoin.com, our team is all about spreading the benefits of peer-to-peer e-cash. Our flagship is proof of the passion of our team. Bitcoin.com's non-custody crypto wallet has recently been updated to include a new payment link feature that anyone can use to send bitcoin cash via email and even social apps like WhatsApp, Facebook, Slack, Telegram and Instagram.
Just recently, the Bitcoin.com wallet added a number of new features in the latest version 6.10.3. The Bitcoin.com wallet is a non-custody Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC) client that also allows users to store SLP-based USDT stablecoins and Simple Ledger Protocol tokens.
In the latest edition of the Bitcoin.com wallet, our software development team has made sending transactions a lot easier in a number of ways. On November 24th, BCH advocate David Bond tweeted (@hellodavidbond) about the Bitcoin.com wallet's new "Send Anywhere" feature.
“The Bitcoin.com wallet now lets you send (bitcoin cash) the same way you would share a link or meme. That's great,” Bond tweeted.
After depositing $ 2 worth of bitcoin cash into the wallet, I just hit submit and the customer allowed you to select the Shareable Link feature.
With the new “Send Anywhere” feature from the Bitcoin.com wallet, sending BCH gifts for Christmas or Chinese New Year has never been easier. To use the new Send Anywhere feature, Bitcoin.com Wallet users need to update to the latest client version 6.10.3.
After you've deposited some money into the BCH wallet, just hit the "Submit" button to create and send a shareable link. In addition to sending to a BCH wallet by scanning a QR code or sending to one of your own BCH wallets, the customer offers a choice called "shareable link".
After selecting the shareable links feature, I just hit Send All and continue. The wallet creates the url link that can be shared with anyone, anywhere.
After clicking the "Shareable Link" tab, your wallet will take you to the page where you enter the amount of bitcoin cash you want to send. With my test wallet containing $ 2 in bitcoin cash (BCH), I simply clicked "Send All" and "Next" to complete the transaction. After you hit the "Next" button, the Bitcoin.com wallet will create a URL link with the bitcoin cash that can be sent using just about any application on the web.
You can send the shareable link via SMS, email, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Slack, Telegram, and basically anywhere you can share a link. Now keep in mind that you will likely want to send the link privately instead of sharing it publicly as anyone with access to the link can scan the funds.
The wallet allows you to interact with the various shipping methods, be it via Telegram, email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SMS text and other online web portals and messaging apps.
After creating my $ 2 BCH payment link, the Bitcoin.com wallet gave me the ability to send it through a variety of applications on my device. Since this was just a test, I sent the Bitcoin money to myself via SMS and immediately received the shareable link.
This is an example of the payment link I sent myself via SMS as an experiment. In order for someone to access the funds, all they have to do is scan the QR code with their Bitcoin.com wallet. Of course, the link shown in this screenshot was used when I finished this test.
When opening my Bitcoin.com wallet version 6.10.3, I selected the little scan QR icon in the top right corner of the application, which is next to the notification bell icon. I simply scanned the payment link's QR code and my $ 2 Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was instantly added to my wallet.
Another cool thing about the Send Anywhere feature on the Bitcoin.com wallet is that the user can request the Bitcoin cash back anytime if the recipient fails to deposit the funds.
The latest version of wallet continues to offer users the ability to securely store multiple crypto assets including BCH and BTC, a portfolio breakdown, the ability to hold stable coins, and the ability to buy and exchange coins in minutes . With our secure and super-fast Bitcoin.com wallet, the latest "Send Anywhere" feature makes sending cryptocurrency to anyone anywhere in the world extremely easy.
What do you think of the latest Bitcoin.com wallet feature? Let us know what you think on this matter in the comments section below.
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