This Service Turns Your Spare Change Into Cryptocurrency
With Coinflash, a user can have the change from their transactions turn into cryptocurrency
Hate the clunky sound of spare change in your pocket? Coinflash to the rescue. The application turns spare change from your purchases into a digital currency for you to later invest into cryptocurrency for Bitcoin or Ethereum.
A user with the application must connect the card they prefer to use to their account. From there, any transaction they make gets recorded. For example, when a user pays for $3.75 for their morning coffee, the leftover $.25 goes to the account. The account only views the transactions that happen on the card. A user can’t make a transaction through Coinflash. Once a week the change gets transferred to either Bitcoin or Ethereum. The user chooses how much of their built up change goes to the companies, such as assigning 35% to go to Bitcoin and 65% to go to Ehtereum. A user can adjust this amount from their account at will.
Coinflash costs a user one USD a month and the user chooses if the amount goes to Ethereum or Bitcoin.
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