Handcash was all over the news back in February when it released the news of its digital currency wallet backed up by NFC (Near Field Communication). According to the previous post of Bitcoin Exchange Guide, Handcash, which is also known as BCH Wallet, was designed to facilitate mobile transactions in an instant manner.
Since the launch of the BCH Wallet, it has been able to set itself apart and led to the desire of nChain to buy most of the stake of Handcash. According to the development team of Handcash, plans to launch the Pop application are also in place.
Handcash – The Pop Application
Pop is allegedly the most efficient Point of Sale app in existence, which enables customers to make payments immediately, and providers to request payments in their business’ name. What sets this app aside from other is its “no subscription, fraud detection, and fast setup system.”
The application has been built in this way to enhance the acceptance and adoption of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a means of payment.
Near Field Communication (NFC)
The NFC is a feature that a lot of conventional businesses use today to accept money from the debit or credit card of customers. For instance, if a client has a virtual version of their gift, debit, or credit card stored in their Apple wallet, then it’s as simple as tapping the mobile found on the card machine.
Handcash also released a video on Twitter showing how the Pop application can be used, and from the video, the app features a superfast transaction speed. This might help to increase the adoption of Bitcoin Cash BCH as more businesses might embrace the idea.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Price Today – BCH / USD
At the time of writing, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is trading at $590 after an increase of more than 5 percent over the past twenty-four hours. The current market cap of the digital currency is $10.09 billion with a trading volume of $480.38 million over the past twenty-four hours.