A company called iSleeper has created a bitcoin app called iCure, which allows users to purchase a bitcoin for $10,000 with their iPhone.
The app uses a unique combination of iPhone apps to deliver bitcoin, but it also enables users to buy goods with bitcoin, such as bitcoin-accepting clothing, books, or cars.
The service was developed by a company called the iSlim team, and is part of a larger effort to bring bitcoin into mainstream use.
iSleepers co-founder and chief technology officer Rahul Srivastava told CoinDesk that the idea for the app came about while working on a bitcoin-themed app.
“After a while, we realised we couldn’t keep up with demand for bitcoin, and we were just sitting on this money that we couldn, and it was just waiting to happen,” he said.
iCURE was initially developed as a proof of concept for the iCures app, but the team has since moved on to making the app fully functional.
iSleepers website has also now launched a “wallet” feature for bitcoin users.
Users can now send bitcoin to anyone by clicking a button, as well as transfer bitcoin directly to other iSsleeper users.
The feature is meant to be useful to bitcoin users who want to exchange their bitcoin for goods and services, such an exchange or store for bitcoin.
Users will also be able to transfer their bitcoin directly from the app to an account at an online bitcoin wallet provider.
In addition, users can purchase bitcoin directly with the iPhone app or from a third-party bitcoin exchange like Coinbase, which also has a bitcoin exchange.
Users have also been able to purchase goods and goods directly with bitcoin from the iSleeper app through a QR code on the screen, and iSleepes founder said that the app will allow more people to use bitcoin.
“We’ve made it easy for bitcoin to be accepted in a mainstream way, and bitcoin to become a standard of payment,” he told CoinNews.
iSync, which has partnered with Apple and Google to make bitcoin payments, has also launched an app that allows bitcoin to transfer to and from an iPhone or iPad through the iPhone’s built-in NFC terminal.
Users also have the option to use the app on other devices, and the app also has an option to send money to and receive money from an account on the iPhone.
iConnect, a company that helps merchants with bitcoin payments and wire transfers, has added bitcoin payments to its iOS and Android apps.
iCrypto, a platform that allows businesses to create bitcoin wallets, is also adding bitcoin payments through the app.
The company’s CEO, Josh Riss, told CoinWeek that the company was also exploring the potential of allowing bitcoin to move from an anonymous currency to a payment network.
Riss said that a company like iSync or iCryptomain would be the first to take bitcoin payments as payment.
“It will be a new type of payment network, and there will be many more opportunities for businesses to do that with bitcoin.”
He added that bitcoin transactions will be cheaper and faster than credit card transactions, as bitcoin is only a few cents more expensive than a credit card transaction.
iCloud, the bitcoin-enabled cloud platform from Microsoft, is expanding its bitcoin payments feature with an app called BitPay.
In an interview with CoinWeek, BitPay’s Chief Technology Officer Michael Johnson said that his company will add bitcoin payments for bitcoin as a payment method.
“With BitPay, we’re also expanding our payment capability to include bitcoin,” he added.
In a statement to CoinNews, Johnson said BitPay plans to offer bitcoin payments “as an add-on to any payment plan, including our current Visa and Mastercard payment plans, and to allow merchants to accept bitcoin payments on their own websites.”
Johnson said the BitPay app is designed to be a gateway to bitcoin payments.
“As soon as you enable bitcoin payments with BitPay on your platform, you’ll be able start making bitcoin payments directly to customers and customers will be able transact with bitcoin directly directly from BitPay.”
BitPay also offers bitcoin payments in the form of prepaid gift cards that customers can use to buy bitcoin with cash or gift cards.
Johnson added that BitPay is not currently planning to support bitcoin payments from third-parties, such like Coinbase.
iBuyPower, which provides bitcoin payment services, recently added bitcoin payment options to its Android app.
iBudget, an online shopping platform, added bitcoin to its website last week, along with a QRcode reader for bitcoin purchases.
The QRcode scanner is the same one that is used by bitcoin wallets.
iBUYPOWER, a Chinese online retailer, also announced that it is adding bitcoin payment features to its platform this week.
“Buying bitcoin with an online wallet and receiving bitcoin payments will soon be possible on our platform,” iBUYPOINTS CEO Zhao Zhang told Coin Week.
“Our wallet is