India’s very first bitcoin wallet and start-up Zebpay has actually started providing mobile payment services to its users and has revealed its strategies to start a mobile e-commerce marketplace.
Zebpay’s newly launched mobile payment service enables its users to pay for DTH (direct broadcast satellite), mobile airtime and data card making use of bitcoin. Furthermore, Zebpay users can now buy pre-paid and postpaid strategies from India’s significant telecom operators, consisting of Vodafone, Airtel, Uninor, Tata Docomo, Dependence, BSNL and MTNL, and DTH of Tata Sky, Reliance, Dish TV, Sun TELEVISION and others.
Zebpay’s mobile payment services are currently upgraded and offered to Android users. Nevertheless, iOS users would have to wait for weeks to utilize the service, due to the Apple App shop’s long process of verification and approval.
“Currently, we pay the business in rupees after accepting bitcoin from the Zebpay app users,” stated Saurabh Agrawal, co-founder, Zebpay.
Zebpay has been operating in India given that 2014, as the easiest bitcoin wallet app in the market. It was voted as the best startup to provide at the CoinAgenda top in Las Vegas.
“We intend at turning on individuals to send out and receive Bitcoins similar to message deals,” said Saurabh Agrawal, one of the charter member of Zebpay.
The startup has currently initiated a Purse.io like service, in which users can acquire Amazon and FlipKart’s gift cards with bitcoin. FlipKart, with billions of dollars in annual earnings, is the largest e-commerce platform in India.
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