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Coinbase users can now buy bitcoin with Apple pay. The crypto exchange is facilitating users with easy methods of purchasing crypto.

A blog post on the Coinbase website announced the news on Thursday. The users can now purchase crypto on the platform directly with Apple Pay. Moreover, Google Pay will also be integrated later this year. The move is aimed at ‘bringing more people into the Cryptoeconomy’.

The exchange also announced the cash out of $100,000 per transaction available 24/7.

“Apple Pay is trusted, secure and accepted in-store, online and in Apps across the globe using a credit or debit card with Apple Pay. If you already have a Visa or Mastercard debit card linked in your Apple Wallet, Apple Pay will automatically appear as a payment method when you’re buying crypto with Coinbase on an Apple Pay-supported iOS device or Safari web browser,” Said the blogpost.

Coinbase is at the forefront of bringing innovations in the world of crypto. In April this year, Coinbase became the first-ever crypto exchange to go public with its stock listed on Nasdaq.

Also Read: Coinbase Listing on NASDAQ

The users of Coinbase now have multiple methods of buying cryptocurrency. These include bank transfer, wire transfer, debit card, PayPal, Apple Pay and soon to come Google Pay. In addition, the exchange is also revolutionizing cashouts.

“Coinbase is the first crypto exchange to offer instant cashouts via Real-Time Payments (RTP), enabling customers in the U.S. with linked bank accounts to instantly and securely cash out up to $100,000 per transaction.”

Buy bitcoin with Apple Pay for seamless purchase and watch out for the next payment methods arriving at Coinbase.

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